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The Pioneer Way - Route 120

Wagin - History


Facebook - Lost Wagin
Well worth a visit if you are interested in Wagin's history or want to find out about your family's pioneers or share information about your pioneers who lived here
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Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Wagin Cemetery
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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
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Wikipedia - Wagin
The name of the town is from Wagin Lake, a usually dry salt lake south of the town. The name is of Noongar origin, first recorded by a surveyor in 1869-72. It means "place of emus", or "site of the foot tracks from when the emu sat down"
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