Irwin District Museum
The Irwin District Museum is housed within the confounds of the Old Police Station, Prison, and Courthouse complex. This delightful old building was built in 1870 and is made from limestone rubble. Featuring grand 5.5 metre high ceilings, the original cells were used until 1981 and are now open for inspection by the public.
The original building included a working court room, police station, cell block, and living quarters. It was built from locally-quarried limestone, featuring 450mm thick walls of random rubble style.
Spoil yourself when next you stay in Dongara at the only place that offers you a complete holiday experience, right at the water’s edge – Seaspray Beach Holiday Park. more
This hotel is located on the banks of the tranquil Irwin River only minutes from town and the beautiful unspoilt beaches of Australia's Coral Coast. more
Visit a typical "farmer-workers cottage" from 100 years ago! more
Port Denison is situated along the Batavia Coast, south of Geraldton. The agricultural industry has boomed in the district. With long established wheat, sheep and cattle being the mainstays of the district's ecomony. more
Remember to obtain your amateur license. more
Dongara lies on the Batavia Coast 359km north of Perth. Dongara has a strong wheat, sheep and cattle industry. Population 2,500. more