Enjoy Carnamah's country hospitality
Harlequin Bell House
Self contained three bedroom one bathroom bed and breakfast with equipped kitchen and laundry on Caron Street in Carnamah. The house is named after the Harlequin Bell, otherwise known as the 'Carnamah Bell', an endangered wildflower unique to an area within 10 kilometres of Carnamah!
Pet and family friendly. For more info, or to make a booking, get in touch with Sandie and Stan on 0475 366 420 or check the house out on Facebook.
There are three fully self-contained chalets at the Carnamah Caravan Park that can each sleep up to four people. The nightly charge is $147 per night for two people plus an extra $13 for each additional person up to four people. If you book for seven nights, you only pay for six. The entry to the caravan park can be found on the corner of Macpherson and King streets | Map
To make a booking, call the manager on (08) 9951 1785 or 0419 772 575.
Carnamah Caravan Park
Located in the north east corner of town, the caravan park has 20 caravan sites, RAC-rated ablution facilities, laundry, barbeque, camp kitchen, campfire, RV dump point, and three self-contained chalets. The park is regularly complimented for its great layout and free laundry | Map
Present pricing can be found at www.carnamah.wa.gov.au/visitors/accommodation
For further info or to make a booking, call the manager on (08) 9951 1785 or 0419 772 575.
Lindum Farm Stay
Enjoy magical stars, a campfire, wildflowers and bush-walking while staying on a farm! Self contained comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people, ideally located close to Carnamah, Perenjori and Coorow on the Bunjil-Carnamah Road. You can also take a farm tour to learn about agriculture, sheep, poultry or spinning wool... or simply relax, unwind and enjoy the space.
Carnamah Hotel Motel
The Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street has motel accommodation alongside the hotel with units able to sleep one, two or three people. The hotel's bar opens daily from 5pm and serves great meals each night from 6pm. To make a booking, give Mick or Narelle a call on (08) 9951 1023 or 0437 396 526 | Map
The hotel was built in 1924 as a single level building with its second storey being added gradually between late 1929 and 1931!
Artist House VII
Artist House VII is a dedicated house run by North Midlands Project for the short and long term hosting of artists and creative practitioners to spend time in the region, create new work and/or undertake workshops with the community.
If you're an artist or creative practitioner interested in using the house, please get in touch with North Midlands Project with an email to email@example.com