The two Bencubbin Hotels.

Bencubbin

Bencubbin
A typical sleepy wheatbelt town
Located 274 km north east of Perth on the northeastern edge of the wheatbelt, Bencubbin is a typical wheatbelt town.

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Hotel Beverley with the fountain in the main street.

Beverley

Beverley
Typical wheatbelt town on the banks of the Avon River
Located 132 km east of Perth in the heart of the wheat-sheep belt, Beverley is set on the banks of the Avon River. In many ways it is a typical wheatbelt town (of the larger variety) but its size and the attractiveness of its main street make it more than just another simple service centre. It has a population of over 1200.

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The Verticordia, a native flower which grows in the area.

Badgingarra

Badgingarra
Small wheatbelt town notable for the rich displays of wildflowers
Located 205 km north of Perth on the Brand Highway, Badgingarra is a tiny settlement with no more than 50-60 houses, a roadhouse, a tavern and a caravan park.

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The Municipal Hall in the main street

Toodyay

Toodyay
Charming and historic township
The charming and historic town of Toodyay is located 85 km from Perth. Situated on the Avon River Toodyay is a quiet place with just a hint of alternative lifestyle. It is a place which is ideal for day trippers from the city and which offers enough historic buildings and old world charm to satisfy any urban dweller.

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Brookton Railway Centre and Tourist Information Centre

Brookton

Brookton
Typical small wheatbelt town
Located 138 km south-east of Perth, Brookton is a typical small wheatbelt town spreading out on both sides of the railway line and the Great Southern Highway.

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A typical wheatbelt road south of Beacon

Beacon

Beacon
A typical Western Australian wheatbelt town
Located 42 km north of Bencubbin and 333 km northeast of Perth, Beacon lies on the northeast border of the wheatbelt. Beyond it lie the marginal grazing areas which eventually give way to uninhabited desert.

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Williams Craft Centre

Williams

Williams
Typical small wheatbelt township
Williams is located 161 km south of Perth. It is a small settlement with a town population of about 450, a rural population of 800, and an average rainfall of 546 mm per annum. The main industries in the district are wool, wheat, oats and hay with a little bit of beef.

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Bencubbin - Fast Facts

Bencubbin
A typical sleepy wheatbelt town
Located 274 km north east of Perth on the northeastern edge of the wheatbelt, Bencubbin is a typical wheatbelt town.

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