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The Pioneer Way - Route 120

Cuballing - History


Developed in 1981
With an Aboriginal name relating to a pool near the town,it is one of the original stations on the Great Southern Railway. A thriving town in 1906 having shops, blacksmiths, churches, butchers banks,hall, post office and a hotel all apparently made of loca
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Former Anglican Church
The former St Peters Anglican Church was erected on Campbell Street in 1911. It is no longer used as a church.
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Lorraine's Burial Records
A complete list of the burials in the Cuballing Cemetery
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Original Post Office
The former office and staff quarters were built in 1912. it is now a private residence
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Western Australian Bank
The former Western Australian Bank which later became the R&I Bank was built in 1900 in Aton Street. It is now a private residence
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