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This is a list of State Register of Heritage Places in the City of Karratha, Western Australia. The State Register of Heritage Places is maintained by the Heritage Council of Western Australia.

As of 2020, 122 places are heritage-listed in the City of Karratha,

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The Western Australian State Register of Heritage Places, as of 2020, lists the following 29 state registered places within the City of Karratha:

Place name Place # Location Suburb or town Co-ordinates Built State
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Cossack Town Site Precinct 3239 Cossack 20°40′48″S 117°11′24″E / 20.68000°S 117.19000°E / -20.68000; 117.19000 (Cossack Town Site Precinct) 1870 21 April 2006
  • Also referred to as Tien Tsin, Port Walcott and Butcher's Inlet
  • Western Australia’s first pearling port, established in 1863 and a staging post during the gold rushes of the 1880s
Cossack from Watertank Hill 2019-06-09.jpg
Cossack School (Ruins) 3230 47 Perserverance Street Cossack 20°40′50″S 117°11′06″E / 20.68056°S 117.18500°E / -20.68056; 117.18500 (Cossack School) 1896 24 March 1992
  • A typical government building of the late 1800s
Cossack Cemetery 3232 Lots 422-423 Settlers Beach Road Cossack 20°40′27″S 117°11′35″E / 20.67417°S 117.19306°E / -20.67417; 117.19306 (Cossack Cemetery) 24 March 1992
  • An historically cemetery which includes a Japanese section
Front of Muramats grave at Cossack.jpg
Customs House & Bond Store 2345 Lot 442 Pearl Street Cossack 20°40′44″S 117°11′20″E / 20.67889°S 117.18889°E / -20.67889; 117.18889 (Customs House & Bond Store) 1895 24 March 1992
  • Designed by George Temple-Poole, built of local field stone
  • Became "The Strand" cafe in 1927, later used as a munitions store and a holiday house
Cossack, Customs House & Bond Store.jpg
Galbraith's Store 2344 Lot 444 Pearl Street Cossack 20°40′40″S 117°11′16″E / 20.67778°S 117.18778°E / -20.67778; 117.18778 (Galbraith's Store) 1890 24 March 1992
  • A large stone warehouse-store, re-roofed with corrugated metal sheeting
Cossack, Former Galbraith's Store.jpg
Jarman Island Lighthouse & Quarters 2337 Jarman Island Cossack 20°39′31″S 117°13′02″E / 20.65861°S 117.21722°E / -20.65861; 117.21722 (Jarman Island Lighthouse) 1888 12 May 2000
  • Consists of the lighthouse and the ruined keepers quarters
Jarman Island from Reader Head.jpg
Jarman Island Lighthouse 25070 Jarman Island Cossack 20°39′28″S 117°13′03″E / 20.65778°S 117.21750°E / -20.65778; 117.21750 (Jarman Island Lighthouse)
  • Part of Jarman Island Lighthouse & Quarters Precinct (2337)
  • A typical of cast iron towers of the late nineteenth century
Jarman Island Quarters 25071 Cossack 20°39′31″S 117°13′02″E / 20.65861°S 117.21722°E / -20.65861; 117.21722 (Jarman Island Quarters)
  • Part of Jarman Island Lighthouse & Quarters Precinct (2337)
  • Designed by George Temple-Poole, now a ruin
Land Backed Wharf 3231 Lot 446 Cossack Road Cossack 20°40′47″S 117°11′20″E / 20.67972°S 117.18889°E / -20.67972; 117.18889 (Land Backed Wharf) 1894 24 March 1992
  • Constructed of stone
Cossack Wharf from Nannygoat Hill.jpg
The Old Court House 2346 Lots 106-107 Pearl Street Cossack 20°40′41″S 117°11′18″E / 20.67806°S 117.18833°E / -20.67806; 117.18833 (The Old Court House) 1885 24 March 1992
  • A stone building with a metal roof and large masonry piers supporting a verandah on all four sides
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Police Quarters, Lockup & Service Buildings 3229 between Perseverance Street & Cossack Road Cossack 20°40′43″S 117°11′21″E / 20.67861°S 117.18917°E / -20.67861; 117.18917 (Police Quarters) 1890 24 March 1992
  • Complex consists of a single storey building constructed of stone with metal roof, the Police Quarters, Lockup, Cookhouse and toilets
Police lockup and ruins of toilet block (1897).jpg
Cookhouse 4018 Perserverance Street Cossack 20°40′43″S 117°11′21″E / 20.67861°S 117.18917°E / -20.67861; 117.18917 (Cookhouse) 1898
  • Part of Police Quarters, Lockup & Service Buildings Precinct (3229)
Three Toilets 4019 Perserverance Street Cossack 20°40′43″S 117°11′21″E / 20.67861°S 117.18917°E / -20.67861; 117.18917 (Three Toilets) 1898
  • Part of Police Quarters, Lockup & Service Buildings Precinct (3229)
Post and Telegraph Office 2347 Corner Pearl & Perseverance Street Cossack 20°40′43.1″S 117°11′19.7″E / 20.678639°S 117.188806°E / -20.678639; 117.188806 (Post and Telegraph Office) 1884 24 March 1992
  • The oldest building in town, two-storeyed, with a metal roof and was constructed from local shell limestone
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Kitchen 4016 Corner Pearl Street & The Strand Cossack 20°40′43″S 117°11′20″E / 20.67861°S 117.18889°E / -20.67861; 117.18889 (Kitchen) 1884
  • Part of Post and Telegraph Office Precinct (2347)
2019-06-08 Cossack bakehouse.jpg
Service Building 4017 Corner Pearl Street & The Strand Cossack 20°40′43″S 117°11′20″E / 20.67861°S 117.18889°E / -20.67861; 117.18889 (Service Building) 1884
  • Part of Post and Telegraph Office Precinct (2347)
Registrar's Office and Residence 3233 Pearl Street Cossack 20°40′45″S 117°11′19″E / 20.67917°S 117.18861°E / -20.67917; 117.18861 (Registrar's Office and Residence) 1895 24 March 1992
  • Also referred to as North-West Mercantile Store and Office (former)
Mercantile Store (ruins) 8675 Cossack 20°40′45″S 117°11′19″E / 20.67917°S 117.18861°E / -20.67917; 117.18861 (Mercantile Store) 1895
  • Part of Registrar's Office and Residence Precinct (3233)
  • Also referred to as North West Mercantile Store
Ruins and cellar of the North West Mercantile Store.jpg
Cooya Pooya Station 3376 35 km South of Roebourne Cooya Pooya 21°02′02″S 117°08′20″E / 21.03389°S 117.13889°E / -21.03389; 117.13889 (Cooya Pooya Station) 1882 2 September 1998
  • Also referred to as Cooapooey, Lockyer Station and Table Hill Station
  • Homestead with stone walls, surrounding verandahs, an example of North-West vernacular architecture
  • The freestone shearers’ kitchen building is an exceptional example of stone construction
Roebourne Police Station, Gaol & Court House Precinct 2319 Bounded by Queen, Hampton & Victoria Street and Carnarvon Terrace Roebourne 20°46′40″S 117°08′40″E / 20.77778°S 117.14444°E / -20.77778; 117.14444 (Roebourne Police Station, Gaol & Court House Precinct) 1886 20 October 1995
  • A rare example of a complex where a Police Station, Court House and Gaol are contained upon the one site
Roebourne Courthouse 25072 Lot 785 Queen Street Roebourne 20°46′42″S 117°08′38″E / 20.77833°S 117.14389°E / -20.77833; 117.14389 (Roebourne Courthouse) 1886
  • Part of Roebourne Police Station, Gaol & Court House Precinct (2319)
  • The oldest functioning court house in Western Australia
Roebourne Courthouse, G Temple Poole (1886).jpg
Roebourne Gaol 25074 786 Carnarvon Terrace Roebourne 20°46′43″S 117°08′40″E / 20.77861°S 117.14444°E / -20.77861; 117.14444 (Roebourne Gaol) 1896
  • Part of Roebourne Police Station, Gaol & Court House Precinct (2319)
Former Roebourne Gaol by G Temple-Poole.jpg
Roebourne Police Station (1896) 25073 Lot 785 Queen Street Roebourne 20°46′40″S 117°08′43″E / 20.77778°S 117.14528°E / -20.77778; 117.14528 (Roebourne Police Station) 1896
  • Part of Roebourne Police Station, Gaol & Court House Precinct (2319)
Dalgety House 13254 48 Roe Street Roebourne 20°46′30″S 117°08′47″E / 20.77500°S 117.14639°E / -20.77500; 117.14639 (Dalgety House) 1892 11 August 2009
  • A single-storey timber framed, corrugated iron clad residence in the North-West vernacular style
  • Associated with pastoral and agricultural company Dalgety & Co.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church 2332 Hampton Street Roebourne 20°46′49″S 117°08′39″E / 20.78028°S 117.14417°E / -20.78028; 117.14417 (Holy Trinity Anglican Church) 1895 29 September 1998
  • Built in vernacular style, with Victorian Romanesque elements
  • Oldest church in the Pilbara district and the only stone church in the region
Roebourne, Holy Trinity Church.jpg
Roebourne Hospital Group 2339 51-61 Hampton Street Roebourne 20°46′35″S 117°08′38″E / 20.77639°S 117.14389°E / -20.77639; 117.14389 (Roebourne Hospital Group) 1887 30 June 2014
  • Also referred to as West Pilbara Health Service
  • The second purpose-built public hospital to be constructed in Western Australia
  • The first, and one of the few surviving, Bungalow Hospitals in Western Australia
  • One of George Temple-Poole's earliest design works
Mount Welcome House 2343 64 Hampton Road Roebourne 20°46′41″S 117°08′35″E / 20.77806°S 117.14306°E / -20.77806; 117.14306 (Mount Welcome House) 1864 31 October 1998
  • A good example of North-West vernacular architecture
Roebourne Primary School & Quarters (former) 2341 54 Hampton Street Roebourne 20°46′34″S 117°08′35″E / 20.77611°S 117.14306°E / -20.77611; 117.14306 (Roebourne Primary School & Quarters) 1891 30 August 2002
  • Also referred to as Yaadina Babies and Children's Centre
  • The first school opened in northern Western Australia and the oldest extant school building in the region
Roebourne Post Office 2334 69 Sholl Street Roebourne 20°46′34″S 117°08′43″E / 20.77611°S 117.14528°E / -20.77611; 117.14528 (Roebourne Post Office) 1887 2 September 1998
  • An early work of George Temple-Poole
Roebourne Post Office by G Temple-Poole (1887).jpg
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