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Shire of Bruce Rock About

Bruce Rock is located in the heart of the Wheatbelt, 245km east of Perth. A thriving agricultural town with an approximate population of 700 people, with 1200 people making up the Shire. We welcome visitors to enjoy the picturesque main street, gardens, amphitheatre and sculpture park, historic buildings, museums, federation style veranda’s and great facilities. With a great community spirit, rich agricultural history and plenty of services and facilities on offer, the Shire of Bruce Rock is an ideal country town to raise a family.

Address: 54 Johnston Street, Bruce Rock, 6418

Phone: 890611377

Email: admin@brucerock.wa.gov.au

Website: www.brucerock.wa.gov.au

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Shire of Kellerberrin About

Centrally located in the Wheatbelt, just 202km east of Perth along Great Eastern Highway, Kellerberrin is a warm, charming community, steeped in a vibrant history dating back from its Indigenous people to European pioneers. The Shire includes the localities of Kellerberrin, Doodlakine, Baandee and North Baandee. Celebrating its centenary in 2008, Kellerberrin’s longevity is attributed to the passion and commitment of its community, the beauty of its natural attractions and the fostering of new forms of artistic expression. Kellerberrin is a town where life is as rich as the landscape.

Address: 110 Massingham Street, Kellerberrin, 6410

Phone: 890454006

Email: shire@kellerberrin.wa.gov.au

Website: www.kellerberrin.wa.gov.au

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Shire of Merredin About

The Shire of Merredin includes the towns of Hines Hill, Burracoppin, Sth Burracoppin, Goomarin, Korbel, Merredin, Muntadgin, Nangeenan, Nokanning, Tangedin, Nukarni and Norpa. It is situated approximately 260 kilometres east of Perth (the capital city of Western Australia) and is the major commercial and retail centre for the eastern Wheatbelt. Our Council strives to encourage a vibrant community that offers a comprehensive range of local and regional services. Its aim is to work with all communities in the Central Wheatbelt to support quality of life as well as economic and social development within the region.  

Some attractions include the historic Cummins Theatre, Merredin Peak, Merredin Railway Water Tower, two museums, the longest grain storage facilities in the Southern Hemisphere, as well as the remains of military installations from the town's role as second line of defence, during World War II. Wildflowers and granite rocks are also a picturesque natural environmental feature of the area. Wildflowers and granite rocks are also a picturesque natural environmental feature of the area.

Merredin is also a regional base for a range of Government agencies and services. It is an area with high employment and extensive community involvement.

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Corner King & Barrack Street, Merredin, 6415

Phone: 890411611

Email: admin@merredin.wa.gov.au

Website: www.merredin.wa.gov.au/

Facebook Link: facebook.com/ShireofMerredin

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Shire of Westonia About

Located in Western Australia's Wheatbelt, 316 kilometres east of Perth, 306 kilometres west of Kalgoorlie and 55 kilometres east of Merredin the Shire of Westonia is renowned for its stunning natural woodlands, breathtaking granite outcrops, beautiful wildflowers and vast open skies. The shire population consists of approximately 277 people spread across an area of 3,268 square kilometres and includes the towns of Walgoolan, Carrabin, Warralakin and the main centre Westonia. Westonia's main industries are broadacre wheat and sheep farming, and gold mining.

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41 Wolfram Street, Westonia, 6423

Phone: 890467063

Email: shire@westonia.wa.gov.au

Website: www.westonia.wa.gov.au

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Shire of Yilgarn - Southern Cross About

Southern Cross likes to see itself as having a double identity. It is the last town on the Eastern Goldfields. Its historic importance lies in the fact that in 1887 it became the first major gold discovery in the Eastern Goldfields and therefore, for a time, it was seen as the mother town of Coolgardie and the grandmother of Kalgoorlie. This status continued when, albeit breifly, it became the end of the railway line until it pushed on to Coolgardie. Today it is a quiet town notable more for its wide streets, its large pub on the Great Eastern Highway and its interesting museum. One of the towns charming qualities is that the stellar Southern Cross associations have led to other "star inspired' streets including Sirius Street, Altar Street, Centaur Street, Orion Street, Tauras Street, Polaris Street, Spica Street and Phoenix Street.

Address: 23 Antares Street, Southern Cross, 6426

Phone: 890491001

Email: yilgarn@yilgarn.wa.gov.au

Website: www.yilgarn.wa.gov.au

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Weroc - Wheatbelt East Regional Organisation of Councils About

The Wheatbelt East Organisation of Councils (WEROC) is a collaborative group of local government authorities in the eastern part of the Western Austrailian Wheatbelt Region. It comprises the Shires of Bruce Rock, Kellerberrin, Merredin, Westonia and Yilgarn.

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Phone: 0

Email: info@weroc.com.au

Website: www.weroc.com.au

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