Local Government Elections

An election is to be held for offices of council members of the Shire of Narembeen

At close of nominations at 4.00pm on Thursday 9 September 2021 a total of eight nominations were received for five vacancies.

Narembeen District               Term of office four years
                                              Term of office two years

CURRIE, Michael
FIDGE, Justin
LINES, Peter
COLE, Trevor
BRAY, Christopher
IRVING, Joshua

Voting times on election day

The polling place will be open from 8.00am to 6.00pm on Saturday 16 October 2021.

Shire of Narembeen Administration Building, 1 Longhurst Street, Narembeen

Voting times before election day

Early voting places are open now until 15 October 2021 and you can get a ballot paper immediately by going to Shire of Narembeen Administration Building.

Absent votes can be cast at any local government office in Western Australia during office hours from now until 15 October 2021.

Postal vote application forms are available now from the address below. You should apply as soon as possible so that the voting papers can be processed, and your vote returned to us before 6.00pm on election day.

Need help to vote?

Electoral staff or a person you trust (who is not one of the candidates or a scrutineer) can help you if you are incapacitated and not able to vote on your own.

Vote counting

Members of the public and candidates are welcome to attend the counting of the votes after 6.00pm on Saturday 16 October 2021 at Shire of Narembeen Administration Building.


Ben Forbes, Executive Manager Corporate Services
emcs@narembeen.wa.gov.au 9064 7308 or 0457 667 579

Paul Sheedy
Acting Chief Executive Officer

Candidate Nomination Profiles 2021

Profile - Peter Lines 
Profile - Chris Bray 
Profile - Scott Stirrat 
Profile - Holly Cusack 
Profile - Joshua Irving 
Profile - Michael Currie 
Profile - Trevor Cole 
Profile - Justin Fidge 

WALGA Election Candidate Information Briefing Webinar

This webinar was presented by WALGA on Wednesday, 18 August and covered a range of topics intended to prepare prospective election candidates for life as an Elected Member should their candidacy be successful:

  • purpose of Local Government
  • role of the Council and Council members
  • playing your role on Council
  • conflicts of interest
  • new code of conduct behaviour provisions relating to candidates, a
  • induction and Council member essentials training

The webinar recording can be found here

For more information on the local government elections visit the links below:

Western Australian Electoral Commission

Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Enrolling to Vote

You are automatically enrolled to vote if you are on the State Electoral Roll for the Shire of Narembeen. If you are not already on the State Electoral Roll and meet the eligibility criteria, or if you have changed address recently, you must complete an enrolment form which is available from the Local Government Office, all post offices, all Australian Electoral Commission Offices or the Western Australian Electoral Commission.

Information on Enrolling to Vote

Checking Your Enrolment

Persons wishing to check whether they are enrolled on the State Roll for the Shire of Narembeen already can do so by visiting the WA Electoral Commission website.

Persons wishing to check whether they are on the Council's Owners/Occupiers Roll can telephone the Shire of Narembeen T: 9064 7308.

Code of Conduct

A Code of Conduct has been developed by the Shire of Narembeen and prospective members may wish to read the Code of Conduct below:

Code of Conduct