We invite you to visit Morawa, a Shire with the scenic beauty and ambiance of a truly agricultural district and located only three and a half to 4 hours drive from the city of Perth, Western Australia. The Shire of Morawa has many attractions, both historic and modern, that make it a wonderful and welcoming place to visit.replacenewlinereplacenewlineUndoubtably the most popular time to visit Morawa and its surrounding region is during the wildflower season, from late winter through to early October. At this time of year caravans and campers come from far and wide to see the landscape at its most spectacular and to experience our mild winter climate.replacenewlinereplacenewlineBeyond the town boundary, you can take in carpets of wildflowers, the colours of the broadscale agricultural crops and the Koolanooka mine, but there is also plenty to see within the Morawa townsite. Our historic windmill collection is one of the largest public displays in Australia and historic buildings in own tell their own tales.

Images around Morawa WA 6623

Around Morawa WA 6623

Our Picks on what to Do in Morawa WA

Jubilee Park

Koolanooka Hills

Morawa Old Police Station Museum

Widimia Trail

Our Picks on where to Stay in Morawa WA

Morawa-Motor Hotel

Everlastings Guest House Morawa

Morawa Marian Convent Bed & Breakfast

Our Picks on what to Eat in Morawa WA

Morawa Roadhouse

Morawa Marian Convent Bed & Breakfast

Shopping in Morawa WA

Community Services  

Morawa Tourist Information Centre WA
38 Winfield Street,

Shire Of Morawa WA
Winfield Street, PO Box 14 Morawa WA 6623,

Morawa Police Station WA
2 Stokes Road,

Morawa Health Service
Caufield Road,

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 274
  • Population: 655
  • State electorate(s): Moore
  • Federal Division(s): Durack
  • Established (yr): 1913
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.

Travel To  

Carnamah WA 6517 (64.7 km, 43 mins)
Dongara WA 6525 (114 km, 1 hr 2 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Morawa WA is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s. acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.