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Carnamah is located about three hours drive north of Perth, or 45 minutes east of Eneabba. Local attractions in the town include the Painted Roads Murals, a regional initiative, using local volunteer support. Three murals have so far been painted with more planned. The first, painted in April 2000, titled 'Drover's Rest' depicts a drover resting with a cuppa and his two dogs. This mural is located on the wall of the True Value/Foodland store on Yarra Street. A year later, the second mural, 'Sale Oh' was completed on the Wesfarmer's building. It illustrates a lively sheep saleyard scene. A third one is painted on the Council Administration Building depicting kangaroos basking in the summer sun. This mural, completed in 2003, is named 'Macpherson's View'. With Carnamah's pioneer history dating back more than a century, there are many heritage-listed buildings. The best way to appreciate them is to take a walk around the streets in the town. At any time of the year, the range of flowering plants at Carnamah is one of the richest in Western Australia. More than 600 species of wildflowers can be found there from August to December. See the most spectacular wildflowers at the Tathra National Park, 25 kilometres west of Carnamah on the Carnamah Eneabba Road. Each year the North Midlands Agricultural Society Show brings Carnamah to life in mid-September. MacPherson Homestead (circa 1869) is also located in Carnamah. The Carnamah Museum is open every Friday afternoon and is run by the volunteers in the Carnamah Historical Society. With a wonderful display of historical farming machinery and everyday items from times gone by, including photographs, this little treasure-trove is well worth a visit. Carnamah offers a hotel/motel, chalets plus caravan and camping facilities.

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