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Shire of Morawa

The Shire of Morawa is situated in the North Midlands area of Western Australia. Predominantly an agricultural based Shire, Morawa boasts excellent tourism facilities and attractions (particularly during the Spring wildflower season), a rich history, great business incentives and an active mining industry that has only recently been redeveloped.

With the construction of a multi million-dollar health centre, excellent education options and first rate sporting facilities our community services are also thriving.

In recent years tourism has played an increasingly important role in our Economic Development.

Website: www.morawa.wa.gov.au

Contact: Sally Savage, (08) 9971 1651

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