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BULLA BULLING, West Australia

Journal by ngairedith

BULLABULLING (spelled "Bulla Bulling" until 1944) is a small townsite located 526 km east of Perth, Western Australia on the Great Eastern Highway.

The town was gazetted in 1898.
Its central feature is the Rock Hotel roadhouse.

Bullabulling is also the location of a reservoir which forms part of the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme. From here, the water gravitates (i.e. moves without pumping) to Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie

In 1996, Bullabulling was registered as a place of cultural heritage significance


the BULLA BULLING POSTAL DIRECTORY of 1921

BRIMSTONE John ganger

CLAYTON L.F. mine manager

DAVIES John M assistant stationmaster

JOHNSTON E. labourer

LEBINSKI C. labourer

McEWAN Joseph caretaker

McLEAR T. labourer

MOLLOY Robert station master

MORRIS Annie Rock Hotel

MUMME George fettler

TOLL Henry G. pumper

WOODS James labourer

YOUNG Patterson miner

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on 2011-08-06 04:14:32

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