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Lions Dryandra Village

Dryandra Woodland is situated 164 km south-east of Perth and 26 km kilometres north-west of Narrogin. Situated in the picturesque surroundings of the Dryandra Woodland, the village was established in the late 1920′s as a Forests Department settlement for the harvesting of mallet bark for the tanning industry. Only recently listed, the village won a Heritage Award in 2010. Today it offers rustic accommodation in the thick of unique Dryandra Woodland flora and fauna. A place to relax, bushwalk and enjoy a woodland setting.

For more information phone John Lawson or Lisa Richards on (08) 98845231 or go to www.dryandravillage.org.au

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