Morans’ Wagin Hotel

Wagin is famous for its enormous statue of a ram overlooking the town, acknowledging its success with the wool industry. The town was established in the 1880s and today many of the grand buildings from the era not only still stand, but have been restored. The family-run Morans’ Wagin Hotel was the first hotel built, and offers hotel rooms and home-style food served downstairs.

Contact information

77 Tudor St; (08) 9861 1017

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