Muresk Institute

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Muresk Institute an educational and training facility based in Northam, situated approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi) east of Perth, in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.

In earlier years it was known as Muresk Agricultural College.[1][2] and was managed by Curtin University but is now managed by the Department of Training and Workforce development.

The College was established in 1926 by the Western Australian Government and eventually handed over the Western Australian Institute of Technology in 1969.[3] Offering training, conference and research facilities plus 898 hectares of land, available for training related services, Muresk Institute also has the added value of great residential and sporting facilities all within the one venue.

Muresk Institute is a multi-tenanted, multi-functional facility, available for organisations to provide training or training related services.


  1. ^ Muresk Agricultural College (1976), Muresk 1926-1976, Muresk Agricultural College, retrieved 5 May 2012 
  2. ^ McLaren, Glen; Curtin University of Technology; Muresk Institute of Agriculture (2001), 75 years on : a history of the Muresk Institute of Agriculture, The Institute, Curtin University of Technology, ISBN 978-0-646-49990-1 
  3. ^ "Muresk Agricultural College (1926 - 1985)". Encyclopedia of Australian Science. Retrieved 8 March 2015. 

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Coordinates: 31°44′57″S 116°41′02″E / 31.749247°S 116.684013°E / -31.749247; 116.684013