The Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup is a progressive rural community located within the Great Southern Region of Western Australia. The region is predominantly a sheep and grain producing area with a growing interest in aquaculture, viticulture, horticulture and tourism. The Shire has a population of over 1,100 people and covers around 2,813 square kilometres.

The Shire has two townsites, Broomehill and Tambellup, that offer the advantages of rural lifestyle with the convenience of most essential services including recreation and leisure facilities plus government, health and education services.

This website contains vital information about our Council, the services and facilities we provide and key information about our Community.



Local War Service Histories  - Are you seeking information on war service men and women who were either born in, or enlisted from, the Broomehill or Tambellup districts?

In addition to war memorials and honour boards located in our townships, the Shire now has copies of professionally researched war service histories available for public viewing, at the Broomehill Public Library and the Tambellup Community Resource Centre. The information relates to enlistments for WW1, WW2, Korean and Vietnam conflicts.  This information is for personal use only unless prior consent has been obtained from the Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup.

Follow this link for a list of the war service men and women for whom there are war service histories. ==============================================


We are pleased to advise the Tambellup Independent Living Seniors Accommodation project, now known as 'Sandalwood Villas' has been completed.  The official opening was held on Friday 3 October, with Hon. Terry Waldron MLA performing the honours.

For more information please click here.

Why not check out the photos in the Gallery??


The Waste Transfer Stations are operating! - The new Waste Transfer Stations at the Broomehill and Tambellup Rubbish Tips are complete, and have become operational from 3rd July 2014. Follow this link for information about the new arrangements.


Community News  - For all the latest news check out our community newsletter The BT Times.