Welcome To The Shire Of Quairading
Quairading is less than two hours from Perth on the York-Merredin Road, and is serviced by major bitumen roads.
Quairading offers a variety of cultural, sporting and social activities at minimal cost.
Quairading was first recognised as an agricultural area in the early 1860's and developed as a rural centre for the ever expanding wheat and sheep industry.
Quairading is a farming community with a population of approximately 1,200, producing cereal and grain crops, wool, sheep, cattle and Rural Service Industries.
The district includes the localities of Quairading, Pantapin, Yoting, Badjaling, Dangin, South Caroling, Balkuling, Doodenanning & Wamenusking.
Please click here to view the water restrictions currently in effect for the Shire of Quairading.
SHIRE AFTER HOURS CONTACT: For all after hours contact (including emergencies), please telephone 9645 1001. Your call will be diverted to a Staff Member / Message bank. Please do not telephone individual staff members.
FIREBREAK ORDER 2013/2014
Please click here to view the Firebreak Order for 2013/2014.
PROHIBITED BURNING PERIOD
Please be advised that the Prohibited Burning commenced and will be in effect until 14th February 2014. This date may be extended due to Seasonal Conditions.
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD
The Shire of Quairading is seeking nominations for its prestigious Citizen of the Year Award.
Nominees must be a resident of the Quairading district and nominated by either a local Sporting or Community Group.
The Award recognises outstanding achievements or contributions to the community by an individual. There are no age limitations to the nominations.
Nomination Forms are available by clicking here, from the Shire Administration Office or from the Community Development Officer with nominations closing on Thursday 2nd January 2014.
The winner of the award will be announced on 26th January 2014 at the Quairading Bowling Club Australia Day celebration.