Looking for a Lifestyle Change....

.....then Morawa is the place for you!

Recent newspaper articles have highlighted the fact that Morawa has some of the cheapest house prices in Australia (see the West Australian, 30 December 2019 and the Midwest Times, 8 January 2020). Like many rural towns Morawa has a range of housing quality up for sale. A quick search on Domain.com shows nine (9) propertie/Profiles/morawa/Assets/ClientData/Documents/Industrial_Business_Units_2020__Feb_2020.pdfs for sale that range in price from $45k for a 3-bedroom house to $188k for a 5-bedroom house. Alternatively, if you are after a real farm life change you could take up the rare opportunity to buy a 2,372 hectare farm at Morawa for $1,450,000. This price also includes a 4-bedroom house with air-conditioning. 

For more details about houses that are currently advertised for sale please visit

Please note that there are often properties and land available for sale that are not actively advertised so it is worth chatting with some of the locals who have more insight into some of these little gems. 

If you would like to view some of the houses that have been sold in recent year’s then please visit  

Why Morawa

If you are looking to get out of the rat race and move to a more enjoyable balanced lifestyle, then Morawa is the place to be. Morawa is a family-orientated town with a strong sense of community. It is located less than 4 hours north of Perth, about 1 ½ hours from Geraldton, and only an hour from Dongara’s fabulous beaches. With benefits of a small country town Morawa is an ideal location for young families, entrepreneurs, and retiree’s alike. There is easy access to excellent educational facilities (from childcare ages through to high school and beyond) and access to local doctors, a modern hospital and regular dental service visits. Morawa is a town where children still play in the streets, people know their neighbours, and people regularly get together at the various clubs to have a game or just to catch up socially.

Morawa has a rich agricultural and mining history which has helped to develop the community over the years. Tourism is another key draw card for Morawa particularly across the Wildflower season during the months of July to October. Astro-tourism is a growing area that is starting to attract more visitors to the region who come to enjoy our amazing dark sky.

This is another great value add to our other attractions such as our museum and historic churches throughout the town. The Shire of Morawa is also actively working on developing a multi-use Trail network in the Koolanooka Hills – for more information about this exiting project please visit https://www.morawa.wa.gov.au/trails-project.aspx

Quick Details

Housing: Median house price - $45,461 according to Core Logic Data 2019

Education: Morawa is working towards being the sub-regional education hub. Morawa District High School caters for students from kindergarten to Year 12 and is focussed on ‘growing good people’. Staff are committed to assisting students to achieve the highest standards and reach their own personal goals. 

The Morawa District High School also has an outstanding specialist music program, that has been running for over 50 years, and is home to the only public school Brass Band in Western Australia.    

Morawa’s WA College of Agriculture caters to young people in Years 10-12, as either day students or boarding students.

They offer farm skills, automotive, engineering, plant and animal science-based subjects. In addition, WACoA-M has now implemented a new equine program for 2020 and have also added a new resident dog, called Dusty, to the WA College of Agriculture family.


Facilities: Medical centre, community health centre, childcare centre, youth centre, swimming pool, aged care accommodation, community resource centre, Police and St John ambulance services. In addition, the Shire of Morawa maintains several high quality recreational and sporting facilities.

Clubs & Associations: Badminton club, Bowling club, Cricket club, Country Women’s Association, Football club, Golf club, Hockey club, Morawa Amateur Basketball Association, Morawa Historical Society, Morawa Sporting Shooters Association, Netball club, Rifle club, Speedway Association, Swimming club, Tennis club, town parks and a skate park.

Retail/commercial: Agricultural supplies, bank, clothing and haberdashery, hardware, mechanic, pharmacy, and supermarkets.

Hospitality: Morawa Hotel, Wildflour Bakery and Café (formerly Morawa Roadhouse), Morawa caravan park with quality self-contained units, Everlastings B&B

Transport: Road (4 hr from Perth); TransWa Bus services and regional airport facilities.


Employment opportunities occur regularly throughout the year and areas of employment range between the various regional mining companies, education and health sectors, farming, retail, production and services sectors. There is always a call for various trades services in the community.

Morawa Shire has 8 light industrial business units available for lease on the Southern end of town. These range in size from 155 to 180 square meter workshop spaces with 13 square meters of office space and car parking. The Industrial units are suitable to a variety of business ventures.

Morawa Industrial Business Units Promotional Flier 

For more information contact the Shire of Morawa on 9971 1204 or admin@morawa.wa.gov.au

The Shire would like to acknowledge and give thanks to Dr Tony Tropiano, Morawa District High School, and the WA College of Agriculture for the use of images contained on this page.