Brookhampton, Western Australia

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Brookhampton is a small town in the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup in the South West region of Western Australia.

It was first established as a railway station on the Donnybrook to Bridgetown railway line, which was completed in 1898. A primary school operated in the town from 1899 until 1940. The local hall was an important community event location in the 1920s. [1] [2] A woodchip mill was proposed for the locality in the early 2000s. [3] [4] [5]

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  1. "BROOKHAMPTON". South Western Times . Western Australia. 1 August 1925. p. 2. Retrieved 10 February 2020 via Trove.
  2. "BROOKHAMPTON". South Western Times . Western Australia. 12 August 1922. p. 1. Retrieved 10 February 2020 via Trove.
  3. "EPA chief attacks woodchip mill site", Australasian Business Intelligence, COMTEX News Network, Inc: 1008232i2083, 20 August 2002, ISSN   1320-6680
  4. "Safety fears over mill plans for Donnybrook", Australasian Business Intelligence, COMTEX News Network, Inc: 1008176i9801, 25 June 2002, ISSN   1320-6680
  5. "Legal action on mill threatened", Australasian Business Intelligence, COMTEX News Network, Inc: 1008325i6161, 21 November 2002, ISSN   1320-6680

Coordinates: 33°36′32″S115°52′19″E / 33.609°S 115.872°E / -33.609; 115.872