Dog Boots

Apparel
Canine comforts

Double gee (Emex australis) is a rampant weed in WA, which produces extremely prickly fruits that can be very painful if you stand on them. These leather boots slipped over dogs’ paws to protect their feet against double gee prickles and hot ground.

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Carnamah Museum and Macpherson Homestead

Take a stroll through Carnamah History

A stroll through the Carnamah Historical Society's museum is like a journey through the region’s past. You’ll find an extensive collection of old machinery and tools in the Museum’s yard and sheds...

Address:

10 Macpherson St
Carnamah WA 6517
Australia

Open Hours

Fri 1:30pm - 5pm

More from the Carnamah Museum and Macpherson Homestead

Treasured shell house

This wooden house is adorned with a cloak of sea-shells picked from the beaches and crafted in South Australia. It took the fancy of Will Allen, who packed it with his most treasured belongings when...

Snake Jewels

While most people would recoil at the sight of a dead snake, the maker of this necklace saw potential. Using the snake’s dried skin and sun-bleached bones they created this jewellery piece. The...

While you're in the area

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