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All Saints Church - Henley Brook
Henley Brook
Discover the charm and history of All Saints Church in Henley Brook, which is the oldest church in Western Australia. Taking three years to build by one of the early pioneers of the area, Richard Edwards, the church has been hosting services since 1841.
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Benedictine Monastery
New Norcia
The Benedictine Monastery is located on the site of the original 1847 mission building in New Norcia. The Monastery is now home to a population of monks who live a simple communal life of prayer and work within the Monastery.
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Chapel of St Mary and St George
Guildford
The historic Chapel of St Mary and St George is a captivating sight for visitors to the historic town of Guildford. Its idyllic position on a large expanse of green grass framed by London Plane trees adds to the presence of this grand church. Regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Australia, visitors will be astounded by the sheer beauty of the church.
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Fremantle Prison
Fremantle
Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia
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Fremantle Railway Station
Fremantle
The Fremantle Railway Station is a memorable historical landmark for visitors to the renowned port city of Fremantle. Catch the train from Perth, or just stop in on your walking tour of Fremantle. Wander through the early 20th century building, which closely resembles England
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Government House
Perth CBD
Government House is one of Perth's most magnificent properties, located right in the centre of the city. With over three hectares of beautiful gardens, you could lose yourself amongst the abundant birdlife and plant species, hidden away in the heart of the commercial district.
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Holy Trinity Church
York
Holy Trinity Church in York is one of the oldest Anglican churches in Western Australia. The historic church was built using handmade bricks in the 1850s and sits amidst picturesque grounds overlooking the Avon River.
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Lizard Lounge
Eulo
The Eulo Lizard Lounge is a picnic area on the eastern entrance to Eulo. It is designed to represent the frilled neck lizard. Eulo was home of the Cunnamulla / Eulo Lizard Races for 35 years and the lizard has been adopted as a symbol of Eulo. The lounge is made from galvanised iron walls which have been painted by local artist Peta Warner. Peta is also the designer of the Lizard Lounge.
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Lizard Race Track
Eulo
The Paroo Lizard Race Track is in Eulo (67 kilometres west of Cunnamulla) and was the home of the Cunnamulla Eulo World Lizard Races. The track is guarded by a 20-foot frill neck lizard fashioned from wire. The red bull dust track is best described as fast. A judge
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