Northam Visitor Centre

The Northam Visitor Centre is located at 2 Grey Street in Northam on the banks of the Avon River. 

The friendly staff at the Visitor Centre will be able to offer advice on places to see, stay and eat while you are in the area, information on heritage sites and the places of interest that you may enjoy during your stay. 

The Centre includes an interpretive space featuring the “Sense of Place” Migrant Exhibition, Northam’s First People Exhibition, and environmental displays. While you are at the Centre you will also have the opportunity to browse through a wide range of local produce and artwork, and a great selection of souvenirs and gifts to remember your time in Northam. Free Wifi is also available at the centre.

Visit Northam via the Avonlink train, giving you the opportunity to relax and take in the beautiful scenery along the way. With free Wi-Fi on board, this is the perfect way to round off your trip to Northam. Tickets are available online, at train stations, or at the Northam Visitor Centre. You can also buy your tickets on the train to make your trip even easier!

Northam Visitor Centre

2 Grey Street, Northam

Open 7 Days (excluding major public holidays)

From 01 April 2021 the Visitor Centre will be OPEN: 10am-3pm Thursday - Monday and closed to the public Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Outside of these hours visitors will be directed to Bilya Koort Boodja

Phone: (08) 9622 2100
Fax: (08) 9622 5490

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