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Carnamah Historical Society & Museum
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Carnamah is a town and farming community 300 kilometres north of Perth in Western Australia.
Carnamah is a town and farming community 300 kilometres north of Perth in Western Australia.

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Online Index of 80,155 Early WA Motor Vehicle Registrations
The Royal Automobile Club (R.A.C.) of Western Australia historically published an annual Year Book & Road Guide. Some of the early editions included lists of every registered motor vehicle in Western Australia. The lists included the owner, their address, t...

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Blog Post - we've launched a new online exhibition on life before electricity!

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Carnamah Museum Collection of National Significance
We're delighted to reveal that we have been awarded a Community Heritage Grant for a significance assessment of our museum collection. One of the great things about this grant is that it means our collection has been deemed to be of national significance. R...

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North Midlands Country Carnival in Carnamah on 8 October 2016
After a brief hiatus the North Midlands Agricultural Society are back with a show - but in a new format! The society's Country Carnival will be taking place on Saturday 8 October 2016 at Niven Park in Carnamah. Tickets are just $15 for adults and $10 for ch...

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A list of local Aboriginal words and phrases defined by Aboriginal man Baandee of Carnamah in about 1905 #NAIDOC 

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We've been talking about Bonny the cow for years but little did we know there was a Coorow Parrot! 

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In recognition of International Women's Day we've taken a look at two very impressive women who lived in Winchester and Carnamah in the earlier part of the last century.  #IWD2016   #PledgeForParity  

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Advertisement from The Western Mail newspaper (now known as The Countryman) for Stan O'Grady's garage at 4 Macpherson Street in Carnamah. It was built in 1929 and is the only local building known to have been built using bricks from the Carnamah Brickworks. It's still there - next door to Wallace's News and Drapery.
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Happy New Year! It might now be 2016 but we thought it was a good time to take a look back over some of our highlights from the year that was 2015.

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Merry Christmas and our best of wishes for a wonderful 2016. Featured in our festive image for this year is the Caldow family, along with an orphaned lamb, on Glencairn Farm in Three Springs.
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