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Wundowie, one of the youngest towns in Western Australia, is located 70 kilometres northeast of Perth, about an hours drive. A timber mill was built there during the First World War and the area became a small centre for timber workers. It wasn't until 1947 that the town was established as the location for a wood distillation and charcoal iron plant for a new iron and steel industry. There are numerous hobby and medium sized farming properties throughout the towns of Wundowie, Moorangup, Inkpen, Bakers Hill, Clackline and Spencers Brook. With a population of around 700, Wundowie is surrounded by nature reserves, freshwater springs and jarrah and marri forests, excellent for bushwalking. The town is accessible via the Great Eastern Highway. Alternate routes include The Old Northam Road and Toodyay Road.

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