The arts

Are you into music, writing, photography, crafts, history or beautiful gardens? There's something in Goomalling for you.

Public art

Dotted around Goomalling are mosaics, sculptures, murals, ceramics and other art works.  Some were made as community projects and some were generously provided by individuals.

Art - Roo Art - Campfire Sculpture in Progress

The kangaroo sculpture at the Goomalling Caravan Park and the campfire scene on Railway Tce were made by local farmers.

Wheatbelt Wander Wall

In 2004 Goomalling born artist Fleur Schell engaged the Goomalling schools and broader community to create the Wheatbelt Wander Wall (below) located on Railway Terrace opposite the Tavern. It comprises machinery parts, mosaics, a pipeline and ceramic tiles depicting local history.

Wheatbelt Wander Wall - a community art project in Goomalling WA

Crystal Serpent

As part of the Salt of the Earth community art project, the Goomalling schools and interested residents joined together to create a "crystal serpent" at Oak Park. As you can see below, the finished sculpture looked particularly striking when flooded.

Serpent Finished


The Goomalling Community Resource Centre produces an annual calendar featuring stunning photographs taken in Goomalling by residents and visitors. Contact the Community Resource Centre for more information on (08) 9629 1570 or

Endeavour Newspaper

Goomalling’s local fortnightly newspaper is written and produced by local volunteers and the Community Resource Centre staff. The paper includes local news and some creative writing by residents. Volunteer reporters, photographers and writers are always in demand. PO Box 167, Goomalling 6460. Phone (08) 9629 1570. Email: Fax (08) 9629 1571.

Goomalling Historical Society

The Goomalling Historical Society documents local history and runs the Goomalling Museum and Old Machinery Display on Throssell St. The Museum can be viewed by arrangement - call Harold on (08) 9629 1185 or Geoff on 0429 906 918. PO Box 224, Goomalling 6460

Craft Group

The Goomalling Craft Group come together every second Friday from 10am at the St John Ambulance Hall on Forrest St and happily welcome new people. Bring your lunch and a project you're working on and $5 to cover costs. Contact Kay French (08) 9629 1736 or Julie Smith (08) 9629 1251

Goomalling Craft Group