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  1. Nothing says Australia like a patch of red dirt. It gets into everything doesn’t it? We have a lot of purpose built mining towns up in Nth Qld too. A few ghost towns that were huge back during the Gold Rush as well. I’m pretty sure they mine nickel around here and there’s a nickel refinery up the road from where I work. You are a wealth of information Bonny :)
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  2. Hi Bonny,
    I have just read your log on Leinster WA. I am working as a school teacher there and the town hasn’t changed any from your information except a couple of the shops have closed and others have opened. We have had many young families move into the town over the past 12 months. It is a lovely place to stop and stay to replenish your stores or stay a couple of days. I love living here. It is a great experience and change from the suburbs of Perth. The community is very friendly and their support is fantastic. My husband and I look forward to living and working in Leinster for a few more years. 😃

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