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Moora : Directory 2010-11
Moora Community Directory -- 14 COUNCIL MEETINGS The Ordinary Meetings of Council are held every third Thursday commencing at 4.00pm, with the exception of December and January. However, please contact the Jurian Bay Administration Centre for further details. Ordinary Meetings of Council are open to the public and question time is allowed. Questions may be made in writing and delivered to the Jurien Bay Administration Centre allowing Senior Executive Offcer’s to research the item. Persons wishing items to be presented / discussed at Council Meetings should lodge these in writing to the Chief Executive Offcer 10 days prior to the meeting to ensure inclusion in the agenda. Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Council are available for perusal at the four (4) libraries at Dandaragan, Cervantes, Badgingarra and Jurien Bay or on the Council website www.dandaragan.wa.gov.au. STATISTICS Distance from Perth (to Jurien Bay) 257 km Area 6,934sq km Length of Sealed Roads 433 km Length of Unsealed Roads 936 km Population 3,155 Number of Electors 2,288 Number of Dwellings 2,615 BADGINGARRA Badgingarra is located 205km from Perth on the Brand Highway (almost halfway between Perth and Geraldton). Refreshments are available at both the roadhouse and the Badgingarra Tavern. It is the centre of an area well known for its tremendous variety of glorious wildfowers, which reach their peak display from August to October. Waddi Farm is located just off the Brand Highway on Koonah Road. The farm and wildfower warehouse is open to the public and for further information please contact 9652 9071. Badgingarra National Park is a park that consists of 13,121 hectares of land, which has been set aside for the preservation of many of the species of wildfowers including the black kangaroo paws, which are found in this vicinity. It is also home to many reptiles, emus, western grey kangaroos and a variety of bird life including the bustards and wedge tail eagles. A stimulating two (2) kilometre circular walking trail has been established, commencing at a point on the west side of the Brand Highway. For more information please contact CALM on 9652 1911. DANDARAGAN The townsite of Dandaragan is situated 170km from Perth between Cataby (Brand Highway) and Moora on the Great Northern Highway, and is the centre of rural activity in the region - wheat, sheep and specialist farming. Dandaragan has several interesting historic buildings, which are worthy of a visit. Some of the buildings include St Anne's Church, Wolba Cottage and Aggies Cottage. Dandaragan is also the home of the Dandaragan Estate, Ultra Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil and is open to the public. For further details contact Dandaragan Estate on 9651 4333. REGAN'S FORD Regan’s Ford is a pleasant, shady picnic spot on the bank of the Moore River about 200 metres from the Brand Highway, adjacent to the Regan's Ford Bridge. SPORT & RECREATION FACILITIES The Shire of Dandaragan boasts a large number of sporting organisations. The contact details for Badgingarra and Dandaragan community centres are: Badgingarra Community Centre Ph: 9652 9086 (Booking Offcer) Dandaragan Community Centre Ph: 9651 4088 (Booking Offcer) Shire Information