Alexandra Bridge, Western Australia

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Alexandra Bridge
Western Australia
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Alexandra Bridge
Coordinates 34°09′32″S115°12′00″E / 34.159°S 115.2°E / -34.159; 115.2 Coordinates: 34°09′32″S115°12′00″E / 34.159°S 115.2°E / -34.159; 115.2
Postcode(s) 6288
Elevation16 m (52 ft)
Location
  • 23 km (14 mi) NNE of Augusta
  • 303 km (188 mi) SSW of Perth
LGA(s) Shire of Augusta-Margaret River
State electorate(s) Blackwood-Stirling
Federal Division(s) Forrest

Alexandra Bridge is a locality in the South West region of Western Australia. Its local government area is the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River and it is located 23 kilometres (14 mi) north-northeast of Augusta on Brockman Highway.

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