Laverton - Sleep

Laverton
Typical outback mining town
Located 120 km east of Leonora and 457 m above sea level, Laverton is a goldmining town which, having died in the 1950s, has recently been revitalised by the discovery of nickel and the opening of a major nickel mining operation.

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Laverton - Places to See

Laverton
Typical outback mining town
Located 120 km east of Leonora and 457 m above sea level, Laverton is a goldmining town which, having died in the 1950s, has recently been revitalised by the discovery of nickel and the opening of a major nickel mining operation.

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Laverton - Culture and History

Laverton
Typical outback mining town
Located 120 km east of Leonora and 457 m above sea level, Laverton is a goldmining town which, having died in the 1950s, has recently been revitalised by the discovery of nickel and the opening of a major nickel mining operation.

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Denham - Fast Facts

Denham (including Nanga)
Main township for travellers wanting to visit Monkey Mia and Shark Bay
This should be read in conjunction with the entry on Shark Bay.

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Denham - Eat

Denham (including Nanga)
Main township for travellers wanting to visit Monkey Mia and Shark Bay
This should be read in conjunction with the entry on Shark Bay.

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Denham - Sleep

Denham (including Nanga)
Main township for travellers wanting to visit Monkey Mia and Shark Bay
This should be read in conjunction with the entry on Shark Bay.

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Cue - Fast Facts

Cue
Fascinating near ghost town which was once a gracious and wealthy gold mining town.
Known as the 'Queen of the Murchison', Cue is located 650 km north east of Perth. At the turn of the century Cue was the centre of the Murchison Goldfields boasting a population of around 10 000, now all that is left is a small settlement (current population is around 300) with some of the most grandiose buildings to be seen anywhere in rural Western Australia.

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