7 Brockman St Gingin
WA 6503
85 679 704 946
(08) 9575 5100

Suburbs and Localities

Gingin 6503; Gingin Rural/Industrial Estate 6503; Guilderton 6041; Honeycomb Estate 6503; Lancelin 6044; Ledge Point 6043; Marchmont Estate 6503; Moondah Ridge 6503; Ocean Farm 6044; Redfield Park 6041; Seabird 6042; Seaview Park 6044; Sunset Estate 6044, Sovereign Hill 6041; Woodridge 6041.

Significant Local Events

  • 9 January - Music in the Park (Guilderton - Shire event) 
  • Mid-January - Lancelin Ocean Classic (Lancelin)
  • Late January - Sandcastle Competition (Ledge Point) 
  • 26 January - Australia Day Picnic Breakfast (Neergabby - Shire event)
  • 21 March - Biennial Triathlon (Gingin - Shire event) 
  • March - Rock'n Art in the Park (Gingin)
  • April - Arts Festival (Lancelin - Shire event) 
  • 16 May - British Car Day (Gingin) 
  • September - Fireworks Night (Neergabby) 
  • Sep/Oct (Queen's Birthday Long Weekend) - Fireworks (Neergabby) 
  • 7 November - Spring Fair (Woodridge)  
  • December - Carols in the Park (Gingin)

Ordinary Council Meeting

Council meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 3:00pm at the Shire of Gingin Administration Centre, 7 Brockman Street, Gingin.

Tourist Attractions

Gingin 

Historic buildings; Gingin Brook & waterwheel; Jim Gordon VC Boardwalk; Granville Park and Sound Shell; wineries; honey; mini golf; Gravity Discovery Centre & Observatory.

Guilderton 

Beaches; Moore River estuary; swimming; fishing; walk trails.


Lancelin 

Beaches; surfing; wind and kite surfing; fishing; sand dunes; diving; Lancelin Island (Fauna Reserve); snorkelling.


Ledge Point 

Beaches; fishing; swimming, wind and kite surfing.


Seabird 

Beaches; fishing; swimming.


Accommodation 

Caravan parks at Gingin, Gingin West, Guilderton Holiday Park, Lancelin, Ledge Point; private rentals, hotels in Gingin and Lancelin; B&Bs throughout the Shire.

Local Industries

Broad acre farming, cattle and sheep grazing; apiaries; irrigated horticulture; viticulture; olive groves; aquaculture; piggeries; poultry farms; wineries; Cray fish industry abattoirs; feedlots; other rural enterprises; tourism.
Council Statistics for 2019 2020
Distance
to Perth (km)
84 84
Area
(sq km)
3K 3223
Sealed Roads
Length (km)
494 494
Unsealed Roads
Length (km)
429 429
Population 5K 5258
Number of Electors 4K 3617
Number of Dwellings 4K 3889
Rates Levied
Total ($)
8m 8366400
Revenue
Total ($)
15m 15088494
Number of Employees 90 90