Wanneroo - Eat

Wanneroo
A popular day trip from Perth
Located 26 km north of Perth Wanneroo is, in reality, an outer suburb of the city. It has, in recent times, become one of the popular day trips from the city with motorists making their way out of the city and heading towards Wanneroo, Yanchep and the beaches along the coast.

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Midland - Fast Facts

Midland
Railway terminus now a service centre.
Located 19 km east of Perth, Midland (originally known as Midland Junction) came into existence as a direct result of the establishment of a railway line from Perth to the Avon Valley settlements of Toodyay, Northam and York. In 1881 the railway from Perth reached the Swan Valley. The railway terminus inevitably became an important transportation centre as people and goods had to be transferred from the train to the drays and wagons which came from the east. In 1886 the Midland Railway Company built a railway line to take the goods further east. The point where the two railway lines met became known as Midland Junction, later to be reduced to Midland. It was here that the Government railway built its workshops and the Midland Railway Company established its head office. Inevitably a township grew up to service the railway workers and the people who passed through the junction.

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Midland - Eat

Midland
Railway terminus now a service centre.
Located 19 km east of Perth, Midland (originally known as Midland Junction) came into existence as a direct result of the establishment of a railway line from Perth to the Avon Valley settlements of Toodyay, Northam and York. In 1881 the railway from Perth reached the Swan Valley. The railway terminus inevitably became an important transportation centre as people and goods had to be transferred from the train to the drays and wagons which came from the east. In 1886 the Midland Railway Company built a railway line to take the goods further east. The point where the two railway lines met became known as Midland Junction, later to be reduced to Midland. It was here that the Government railway built its workshops and the Midland Railway Company established its head office. Inevitably a township grew up to service the railway workers and the people who passed through the junction.

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Midland - Sleep

Midland
Railway terminus now a service centre.
Located 19 km east of Perth, Midland (originally known as Midland Junction) came into existence as a direct result of the establishment of a railway line from Perth to the Avon Valley settlements of Toodyay, Northam and York. In 1881 the railway from Perth reached the Swan Valley. The railway terminus inevitably became an important transportation centre as people and goods had to be transferred from the train to the drays and wagons which came from the east. In 1886 the Midland Railway Company built a railway line to take the goods further east. The point where the two railway lines met became known as Midland Junction, later to be reduced to Midland. It was here that the Government railway built its workshops and the Midland Railway Company established its head office. Inevitably a township grew up to service the railway workers and the people who passed through the junction.

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Midland - Places to See

Midland
Railway terminus now a service centre.
Located 19 km east of Perth, Midland (originally known as Midland Junction) came into existence as a direct result of the establishment of a railway line from Perth to the Avon Valley settlements of Toodyay, Northam and York. In 1881 the railway from Perth reached the Swan Valley. The railway terminus inevitably became an important transportation centre as people and goods had to be transferred from the train to the drays and wagons which came from the east. In 1886 the Midland Railway Company built a railway line to take the goods further east. The point where the two railway lines met became known as Midland Junction, later to be reduced to Midland. It was here that the Government railway built its workshops and the Midland Railway Company established its head office. Inevitably a township grew up to service the railway workers and the people who passed through the junction.

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Midland - Culture and History

Midland
Railway terminus now a service centre.
Located 19 km east of Perth, Midland (originally known as Midland Junction) came into existence as a direct result of the establishment of a railway line from Perth to the Avon Valley settlements of Toodyay, Northam and York. In 1881 the railway from Perth reached the Swan Valley. The railway terminus inevitably became an important transportation centre as people and goods had to be transferred from the train to the drays and wagons which came from the east. In 1886 the Midland Railway Company built a railway line to take the goods further east. The point where the two railway lines met became known as Midland Junction, later to be reduced to Midland. It was here that the Government railway built its workshops and the Midland Railway Company established its head office. Inevitably a township grew up to service the railway workers and the people who passed through the junction.

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Mandurah - Fast Facts

Mandurah
Large commuter town south of Perth
Located 73 km south of Perth at the entrance to Peel Inlet, Mandurah is a large centre with a population of nearly 45 000. It is essentially a commuter town for people working either at the Aluminium Refinery in Pinjarra, in the heavy industry at Kwinana, or workers prepared to make the daily trek north to Perth.

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Mandurah - Eat

Mandurah
Large commuter town south of Perth
Located 73 km south of Perth at the entrance to Peel Inlet, Mandurah is a large centre with a population of nearly 45 000. It is essentially a commuter town for people working either at the Aluminium Refinery in Pinjarra, in the heavy industry at Kwinana, or workers prepared to make the daily trek north to Perth.

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