Shire of Goomalling

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Please join us on Saturday 30 May for a fantastic cultural experience and to raise desperate funds for disater relief following the devastating earthquakes in Nepal.

Nepalese Festival in Goomalling on 30 May 2015

Sale of Shire properties

Council notifies for public information its intention to sell a number of properties within the Goomalling Townsite.

  • House and land for sale: [Tender information]
    • 30 Forward Street valued at $200,000
  • Vacant blocks of land for sale: [Tender information]
    • 1 Grange Street (2ha) valued $120,000
    • Lot 19913 Salmon Gum Way (12ha) valued $280,000
    • 11 High Street valued $43,000
    • 40 Quinlan Street valued $30,000
    • 70 James Street valued $40,000
  • Notice of intention to sell the following properties:
    • 34 Eaton Street (House and land) to Clinton Ridley for $170,000
    • 73A James Street (House and land) to Steve Bock for $115,000
    • 21 Bowen Street (Vacant land) to John and Andrea Hardingham for $45,000

Design for the Goomalling Sport and Community Centre

Design for Goomalling Sport and Community Centre

Thanks to funding from the Department of Sport and Recreation and LotteryWest, the construction of the Goomalling Sport and Community Centre will be executed this year.

The existing Pavilion will be renovated to accommodate the changerooms, trainers room, office and gymnasium. A new building will be erected on the northern side and will include kitchen, bar and function area.

The construction works have commenced and will take approx. 35 weeks to complete.  

Shire of Goomalling
Clem Kerp, Chief Executive Officer

32 Quinlan St  |  PO Box 118

Ph: (08) 9629 1101  |  Fax: (08) 9629 1017

Latest News

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  • Goomalling Waterwise and Age Friendly

    The Shire of Goomalling is actively working towards being/becoming a Waterwise and an Age Friendly Council, by identifying areas for improvement and developing strategies to achieve these objectives.

  • Save Outdoor Play from Extinction!

    What do the Northern hairy-nosed wombat and kids' outdoor play have in common? Well a few things actually; they're both natural, they're both typically Australian and they're both endangered! But it's not too late to save them.

  • Stop disease and pest cycles in their tracks with crop checks this harvest

    Growers are being urged to test wheat and barley crops before or at harvest that are showing signs of soilborne diseases and pests - especially fusarium crown rot, rhizoctonia bare patch and root lesion nematodes (RLN). The GRDC/DAFWA-developed MyCrop ‘app’ can assist with disease diagnosis.