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The Pioneer Way - Route 120

Brookton

Accommodation


Caravan Park
Brookton Caravan Park Brookton Highway Brookton WA
Phone     9642 1106    




Shire of Brookton
Shire Information - Brookton - Caravan Park and Camping - Bedford Arms Hotel - The Brookton - Gidanga House
Phone     9642 1106    Website




The Brookton
Numerous fireplaces, stunning pressed metal ceilings, a beautiful jarrah staircase leading to the second floor, a massive dining room and the original ornate pine timber bar front.
Phone     0458 111 83    Website


Activities


Brookton Shire Things to do
Boyagarra Rock, Pioneer Park, Town Lookout, Boyagin Rock, Kulyalling and Weam Reserve
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Birds of the Avon River Basin
This pdf has detailed descriptions for identifications, calls and behaviours of 188 species regularly found and seen in the Avon River Basin. It also includes a comprehensive checklist of all 224 recorded species.
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Shire of Brookton Aquatic Ctr
The Brookton Aquatic Centre incorporates a 33m 6 lane swimming pool as well as separate toddler and wading pools, Aqua Challenge inflatable run, free BBQ facilities and a beach volleyball court.
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Food


Shire of Brookton
Shire of Brookton - Places to eat - Brookton Deli, Brookton Roadhouse, Bedford Arms Hotel, Stumpy's Gateway Roadhouse. Click More for addresses and phone numbers.
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Brookton Cafe Deli
Brookton Cafe Deli is located at 17 Robinson Rd, Brookton. Mon-Fri 7.00am-6.00pm Sat 7.30am-midday
               




Bedford Arms Hotel
The Bedford Hotel was built in 1903 when the land site was traded for a Table Top Wagon by Mr JL Cummins It was the first Hotel in the township and much of the building still appears today as it did then.
Phone     9642 1172     EmailWebsite


History


Brookton Heritage Register
Shire of Brookton Heritage register. A comprehensive list of the heritage buildings and some pioneers in the shire.
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Brookton History
The Brookton area of the Wheat Belt was first settled in 1846 by John Seabrook and was founded in 1884. The name was originally Seabrook. The Aboriginal name was Kalkarni.
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Noongar Knowledge
The SW Aboriginal Land and Sea Council's web site covers culture, country, people, history, a glossary of terms, education and leadership. Highly recommended.The aim of the Kaartdijin website is to share the richness of our knowledge, culture and history
Phone     93587400     EmailWebsite




Some Brookton Pioneer Lives
These thumbnail histories of Brookton Pioneers in the Brookton Cemetery have been provided by the Brookton and District Historical Society. Please click on Website to make use of them in the Pioneer Challenge.
Phone     0427334061     EmailWebsite




Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Brookton Cemetery
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Museums/Art


Shire of Brookton
Shire of Brookton - Things to do and see. The Brookton Museum and Heritage Centre houses an invaluable collection of objects and records with historic significance to the Brookton District.
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Places


Shire of Brookton
Shire of Brookton - Things to see and do - Pioneer Park, Brookton Museum, Boyagin Rock
Phone     9642 1106    Website


Useful Links


Aussie Towns Web site
Aussie Towns - Brookton
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Mingor Photographs
A comprehensive gallery of photographs with links to other town photographic collections
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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 Brookton
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