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Public Art In Merredin

Merredin is a small wheatbelt town in Western Australia. It was once a popular stopping place for those venturing to the goldfields. John Septimus Roe was the first European to have explored the area in 1836. In 1904 the Agricultural Research Station was established and they later developed the Bencubbin strain of wheat.

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