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New sites to explore on the Working Life Heritage Trail

Friday, 9 June 2017

There are even more reasons to follow the Working Life Heritage Trail now that new sites of interest have been added to the popular link of heritage attractions.

Busselton's Railway House, Balingup Heritage Precinct, Bridgetown's Old Gaol, Donnybrook Historic Railway Precinct, Nannup Heritage Trail, Pemberton Historic Timber Town and the Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre have been officially announced as the latest sites to join the trail.

The new additions will benefit from being promoted to visitors interested in discovering more about the region's past, the life of early settlers, and how workers helped to shape the South West.

The Working Life Heritage Trail is a partnership between the South West Development Commission and the South West Working Life Association, which comprises individual site operators.

Trail attractions include Harvey Heritage Precinct, Collie's replica underground coal mine, and the Capes lighthouses.

For more information about the trail or any of its attractions, visit .

Heritage enthusiasts can also learn about the trail by visiting the Working Life display hub at the Bunbury Visitor Centre.

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