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ⓘ Campion, Western Australia. Campion is an abandoned townsite in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, on the Koorda–Bullfinch Road. The closest locality is ..



Campion, Western Australia
                                     

ⓘ Campion, Western Australia

Campion is an abandoned townsite in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, on the Koorda–Bullfinch Road. The closest locality is Chandler and the closest main town is Mukinbudin.

Campion was named after Sir William Campion, the Governor of Western Australia from 1924 to 1931. Nearby Lake Campion was also named in his honour.

The town was established by former soldiers as part of a soldier settlement scheme. A school was built in 1925, and in 1927 a railway siding was constructed. The siding remained in operation until 1957.

The Campion district was the site of the so-called "Great Emu War" of 1932.

                                     
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  • were given to Western Australian school children. 900 silver medals were also made, as were 3 gold medals. The Governor Sir William Campion presided at
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  • established to serve the nearby alunite a source of potash mine at nearby Lake Campion land was set aside in 1942 for a townsite. Lots were surveyed soon afterward
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  • ISBN 978 - 1 - 921094 - 57 - 6 Western Australia Dept.of Water Avon Catchment Council 2009 Waterway assessment for the Yilgarn River: Hines Hill to Lake Campion Dept.of
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  • WILLIAM CAMPION AND LADY CAMPION TO THE PERTH TANNERY. WEST PERTH Western Mail. XLII 2, 134 Western Australia 23 December 1926. p. 8 Western Mail
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