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Doll duo

Meet Darby and Joan. These celluloid dolls were made in the 1940s. Morawa woman Mrs Neagle crafted their clothes and donated them for a fundraising raffle. When the raffle was drawn, Theda White of Merkanooka was announced as the lucky winner. She kept the doll duo for years before donating them to the Morawa District Historical Society in 1974.

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Morawa District Historical Society Museum

World-renowned windmills

Like many Mid West townships, Morawa’s history is a tale of agricultural development. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than the Morawa District Historical Society Museum. The museum is housed in...

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Cnr Prater and Gill Sts
Morawa WA 6623
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Monday to Friday 10am to 2pm during the months of June to September. Other times by appointment.

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Bargain ‘baby’ windmill

In the 1920s the State Implement and Engineering Works of WA launched a new windmill on the market. This, the six foot (1.8 metre) ‘Baby Windmill’, came accompanied by advertising material declaring...

Weighing up the worth of an egg

Now why on Earth would you want to weigh an egg? To grade it of course. The heavier the egg, the higher the price. This Multiplo egg grader was just the shot for the task. From the 1920s poultry...

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Morawa District Historical Society Museum
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Morawa District Historical Society Museum
Like many mid west townships, Morawa’s history is a tale of agricultural...
corner Prater Street and Gill Street, Morawa, WA 6623
Holy Cross Church
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Holy Cross Church
The Holy Cross Church was built in 1932 in Morawa. Designed along Spanish...
Corner of Dreghorn Street and Davis Street, Morawa, WA 6623
Karara Rangeland Park
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Karara Rangeland Park
Western Australia's nature, culture and history are alive in this immense...
East of Morawa, North-West of Paynes Find, Perenjori, WA 6620
Koolanooka Springs
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Koolanooka Springs
Koolanooka Springs is home to spectacular wildflower displays and also...
via Morawa Yalgoo Road, Morawa, WA 6623