Pioneer Heritage Challenge

Pioneer Heritage

Broomehill - History

Lorraine's Burial Records

A complete list of the burials in the Broomehill Cemetery.

Wikipedia - Broomehill

The town owes its creation to the Great Southern Railway, completed in 1889. It is named after Sir Frederick Napier Broome (1842–96) who was then the Governor of Western Australia.

Broomehill - Accommodation

Imperial Hotel

The Imperial Hotel hosts the perfect pivot point to favorite destinations. A friendly open bar, warm open fire places, old world furnishing, cozy video lounges, extensive library, chess board.

Broomehill - Food

Henry Jones Building

Henry Jones winery and café, restaurant, art and craft gallery and bed and breakfast. Enjoy fine food and local wine. Open every day except Monday.

Imperial Hotel

The Imperial Hotel hosts the perfect pivot point to favorite destinations. A friendly open bar, warm open fire places, old world furnishing, cozy video lounges, extensive library, chess board.

Broomehill - Places

Great Southern Treasures

Holland Track, wildflowers, Sheriden's Memorial Garden, Broomhill Museum, St Elizabeth's Church, Boot Rock, Broomhill Post Office, Henry Jones Building.

Broomehill - Museums/Art

Broomehill Historical Society

The Society was officially declared in 1997. In the following year a stone building was erected on the corner of Gt Southern Highway and Journal St – which is now our Museum. By appointment.

Broomehill - Activities

York Visitor Centre - Play

The Holland Track, for walking and 4WD, begins in Broomehill and ends in Coolgardie. The 700 km track was established in 1893 by the pioneer John Holland through the bush via Newdegate to the goldfields at Coolgardie.

Broomehill Features