“At the commencement of World War1 the need to stimulate military awareness and get men familiar with weapons led the Defence Department to construct Narrogin’s second rifle range along a flat area of Foxes Lair. This range with its high stone “butts” was created between late 1914 and early 1915 and officially opened on 31 January 1916. In later years the range was extended eastwards over what is now Range Road by the Narrogin Rifle Club, with a wooden tower (now long dismantled) being erected instead of a 700 yard mound in the late 1920’s.” I think that the range was in use until the 1970’s. The road that runs east to the car park was once the shooting range. If you look carefully as you go down it, you can see the low earth shooting mounds.