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Merredin Museum & Historical Society Inc.

 Located at the Railway Museum on Great Eastern Highway.

Address: PO Box 379, Merredin WA 6415
Phone: 08 9041 3370
Fax: 08 9041 2525

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Merredin Military Museum

Located on Great Eastern Highway.

Contact Person: Rob Endersbee
Address: PO Box 45, Merredin WA 6415
Phone: 08 9041 1505
Mobile: 0429 411 204

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Railway Water Tower


AddressLocated in Pioneer Park off the Great Eastern Highway between the Bronze Horse and the Military Museum.
Register of Heritage Places A Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail Site
Opening TimesOpen at all times.
Parking adjacent to site

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Railway Dam, Merredin Peak


AddressLocated off Benson Rd
A Golden Pipe Line Heritage Trail site.
Opening TimesOpen at all times.
There is no charge to visit the Railway Dam and Merredin Peak.
Parking and picnic tables facilities are available at any time.
Interpretation at the site.

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Army Hospital Site


AddressMerredin Peak off Benson Rd.
A Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail Site
Opening TimesOpen at all times.
No fees apply. A Golden Pipeline Trail Guide is available at the Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre.

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Merredin Number 4 Pump Station


Address(Ruin) 3 kms west (Perth side) to Merredin

A Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail Site.

Opening TimesAvailable for viewing at any time.
Parking available in information bay.

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Merredin Peak Heritage Trail walk/drive


AddressLocated off Benson Road, Merredin townsite. A Golden Pipeline Heritage Site. See Salmon Gum & Gimlet woodland, sand plain, a variety of mallee and granite rock habitats.
Opening TimesOpen at all times.
A Merredin Peak Heritage Trail Guide is available at the Central Wheatbelt Visitor Centre. There is a walk on the rock which provides interpretation of the history of the area and great views over the town and woodland. The woodland can be explored by walking to the east of the rock or off the Old Goldfields road on the northern side. It has an excellent representation of local wildflowers in season.

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Tamma Parkland


AddressMerredin townsite - Off Cohn St, South Merredin.
Birds – honeyeaters ( Red- wattle bird, White-eared, Brown), Red- capped Robin, Yellow- tailed and other thornbills, Grey shrike thrush, Rufous whistler.
Opening TimesOpen at all times.
Ask the Visitor Centre for details. The bushland areas in the townsite were used as rubbish dumps in past times and there are piles of “ historic “ rubbish in this area. Attempts are being made to clean up the area. We invite you to enjoy the bushland & ignore the rubbish.

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Tree Species

AddressAlong most roadsides you will see avenues of the stately smooth barked Salmon Gum interspersed with the khaki coloured fluted Gimlet, the white to orangey bark of the Inland White Gum and the rough dark bark of the tall Morrell. York Gum, Raspberry Jam Wattle and Sheoak can also be seen often adjacent granite outcrops.
Opening TimesGranite rock outcrops worth visiting in most seasons.
Wildflowers are best between June and October.
Please ensure you have suitable footwear and clothing for walking on rocks and through prickly bush. Be sure to take water and a hat with you in hot weather.

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about the 2017 Merredin Show.