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The Pioneer Way - Route 120



Tambellup Bed and Breakfast
The house at 27 Garrity Street Tambellup was built in 1959 and was grand at that time as it was one of only three brick and tile houses in the town. We have attempted to furnish the house according to its 50-60s look
Phone     9825 1182     EmailWebsite

Tambellup Hotel
The Tambellup Hotel was built in the Edwardian period with a touch of Art Nouveau in the early 1900's. Takeaways and specials menu, Monday to Sunday.
Phone     9825 1010     EmailWebsite


Great Southern Treasures
Phone numbers for Tambellup Deli, Tambellup Hotel, Tambellup Post Café.


Geni Genealogical Database
Geni is the world's leading collaborative genealogy site. Our world family tree contains more than 139,068,988 connected profiles. Search Geni to find out how your ancestors are connected.

Battye Library Women Pioneers
A pdf list of WA Pioneer Women. A useful resource.

Wikipedia - Tambellup
Tambellup's main street is Norrish Street, named after its first European settler, Josiah Norrish (1841-1884), who in 1872 was attracted to the area by its large stands of Santalum spicatum (Sandalwood).

Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Tambellup Cemetery


Corner Shop Museum
It situated in the old Stationmaster's House, adjacent to the railway line on Norrish Street. Rooms have been re-created, using furniture and artifacts of by-gone years.


Great Southern Treasures
Excellent coverage of Tambellup - Heritage Trail, Corner Shop Museum, Diprose Park, Community Resource Centre, Railway water tank, St Peter's Church, Gordon River Picnic Area
Phone     9825 1177    Website

Useful Links

The Pioneer Way Web Site
A comprehensive web site of what to do and see, where to stay and to eat, and other features in Tambellup

Mingor Photographs
A comprehensive photograph gallery with links to other town photograph collections

Great Southern Treasures
This is an excellent web site describing what to do, see, stay in Tambellup

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