The shire of Morawa is situated in the North Midlands area of Western Australia, approximately 370 kilometres north of Perth. There are public art displays, an extremely well visited coffee shop and numerous attractions to see and do in town. The historic windmill collection is the only large, public display in Australia and the historic buildings scattered throughout the town tell a tale of times past.
Parking is available within the hub of the town on Prater Street, or the Old Lions Park, which is located on Winfield Street, just one kilometre south of the town centre and provides parking at nil cost for 24 hours. There are toilets, bins and potable water available at the Park. For longer stays, the Morawa Caravan Park, which is located on White Avenue, is perfect for big rigs and supplies a dump point at nil cost.
Beyond the town boundary, you can take in carpets of wildflowers, the colours of the broadscale agricultural crops and the Koolanooka mine.
Morawa Tourist Information Centre
30 Winfield St, Morawa WA
Ph: 08 9971 1421
Prater St, Morawa WA, turn off at the IGA / Post Office cnr
Short Term Parking
Old Lions Park, Winfield St, Morawa WA, 1km S of town centre, (24hr), tlts, bins, water, nil charge
Morawa Caravan Park, 50 White Ave, Morawa WA, suitable for big rigs, large turning circle
Old Lions Park, Winfield St, Morawa WA, 1km S of town centre
550 Caulfield St, Morawa WA, Ph: 08 9971 0200
4 Caulfield Rd, Morawa WA, Ph: 08 9971 1103
Morawa Pharmacy, 60 Winfield St, Morawa WA, Ph: 08 9971 1732
IGA, Winfield St, Morawa WA, Ph: 08 9971 1220