Tambellup

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Gordon River Reserve, Tambellup

 

PLACES TO STAY

TAMBELLUP BED & BREAKFAST
27 Garrity Street
Tel: 08 9825 1182
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TAMBELLUP CARAVAN PARK
At the Sports Complex
East Terrace
Tel: 08 9825 3555
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TAMBELLUP HOTEL
15 Garrity Street
Tel: 08 9825 1010
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PLACES TO EAT

TAMBELLUP DELI & NEWSAGENCY
16 Crowden St
Tel:
08 9825 1105
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TAMBELLUP POST CAFE
Norrish Street
Tel: 08 9825 1169
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PLACES TO FILL UP

TAMBELLUP G&T MOTORS
Garrity Street
Tel: 08 9825 1009
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OTHER

GENERAL STORE

Tambellup Deli
Crowden Street
Tel: 08 9825 1105
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MEDICAL

Tambellup Health Centre
Norrish Street
Tel: 08 9825 1101
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PLACES TO VISIT

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Corner Shop Museum, Norrish Street, Tambellup

Corner Shop Museum
The Corner Shop Museum is situated in the old Station Master’s House adjacent to the railway line on Norrish Street. Rooms have been recreated using furniture and artifacts of bygone years. For a viewing please contact Anne-Marie Lockyer on 08 9825 1054.

 

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Diprose Park, Tambellup

Diprose Park
Diprose Park is a newly reconstructed park with children’s play area, outdoor fitness centre, free barbeque and toilets. Located on the corner of Crowden and Taylor Street it is a fantastic place for a picnic or to take a break from your long drive.

Old Railway Water Tank
One of the few remaining links to the days when the Great Southern depended on steam trains. Unfortunately the tank is now gone but the tank stand remains. Just to the north of the tank are indicators from the 1955 and 1982 floods to show how far the Gordon River rose, it is very hard to imagine

Community Mosaics
Representing Tambellup’s strong sense of community, a collective effort from young and old put together this elaborate representation of Tambellup, displayed in a mosaic art form on the front of the Shire administration building. It depicts imagery of the Gordon River and its significance in Tambellup’s history. Pavers set in the footpath, created by local schoolchildren, compliment the artwork.

 

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Gordon River – Tambellup

 

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