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BORN in Katanning, Peter Rundle worked on his farm and as a contractor drafting sheep at his local saleyards before being appointed as chairman of the Great Southern Development Commission (GSDC) by former National Party leader Brendon Grylls in 2009 Appointed as a member of the WA Regional
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Map of Western Australia to get information about cities, airports, roads and raiways in the Australia largest state named Western Australia with a total land area of 2,529,875 sq km
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Weather; Sport AFL Lifestyle Food Food Drinks Travel the newly revamped Piesse Park Amphitheatre and bask in the powerful voices of the West Australian Opera with Opera in Katanning
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From Travel January 22, 2021 Highlights include seven colourful electrical transformer boxes in Katanning, a cattle dog perched on a tractor in Pingrup and a cheerful ruby sea dragon in
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- Mount Barker, Western Australia - Wikipedia
Mount Barker is a town on the Albany Highway and is the administrative centre of the Shire of Plantagenet in the Great Southern region of Western Australia At the 2016 census, Mount Barker had a population of 1,905 The town was named after the nearby hill, which in turn was named in 1829 by Thomas Braidwood Wilson in honour of Captain Collet Barker, who was in command of Western Australia's