New holiday units set to tempt more travellers into Narrogin

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Narrogin Shire president Leigh Ballard and the project manager Frank Ludovico.
Camera IconNarrogin Shire president Leigh Ballard and the project manager Frank Ludovico. Credit: Picture: Shire of Narrogin

Visitors who come to the farming and woodlands region of Narrogin have more accommodation options after the opening of three new self-contained holiday units at Narrogin Caravan Park.

The project has been managed by Shire of Narrogin executive manager Frank Ludovico, who has worked with the caravan park managers and local businesses, putting the finishing touches to the construction.

The units are access and mobility compliant and offer a fully furnished lounge, kitchen, dining area, a large bedroom and a bathroom. They can accommodate up to four people for short or long stays.

Shire president Leigh Ballard said the project had been in the pipeline for a while.

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“It’s great to see the idea come into fruition. Council has wanted to provide for additional accommodation options in Narrogin to attract a greater range of visitors,” he said.

“We have been receiving considerable demand from travellers seeking self-contained style accommodation for some time, particularly from contractors servicing the local business community.”

The three new units have been named after popular scenic areas around Narrogin — Foxes Lair, Yilliminning and Dryandra.

“At a time when Western Australians are being asked to holiday at home, then why would visitors from the city not consider Narrogin for a couple of nights?” Cr Ballard said.

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