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Broomehill

Visitor Centre:
Post Office
Phone: 08 9825 3355
Visitor website: www.shirebt.wa.gov.au
General:
Broomehill has many interesting sites to see and walking through the village is the best way to see them.
Attractions:

The Jones Building
NOW OPEN!!!! Built in 1911, this was the shopping centre of its day, where you could buy everything from flour to bullets - and bank your money at the same time.
Holland Track
Four brave men, one of whom was John Holland, set out from Broomehill in April 1893 to carve a track to Coolgardie, which would take about two weeks off travelling time. It took two months, they covered 330 miles of unexplored country and cut the longest continuous track in WA.
St Elizabeth’s Church
Originally built in 1892 as a police station, many a wayward miner and odd thirsty farmer spent time in the cell, before it was decommissioned and sold in 1951 for 450 pounds.
Post Office
The Broomehill Post Office has been delivering mail to the Broomehill people for over 100 years. Local tourist information and brochures are available.
Museum
Built in 1898, it has played many roles, including Town Hall, Mechanic’s Lodge and Church. Today it contains a treasure chest of interesting machinery and memorabilia.
Picnic Spots
Holland Park at the rear of the Shire Offices and Centenary Park opposite the Hotel. There is plenty of parking for your caravan.

The Jones Building

NOW OPEN!!!! Built in 1911, this was the shopping centre of its day, where you could buy everything from flour to bullets - and bank your money at the same time.

Holland Track

Four brave men, one of whom was John Holland, set out from Broomehill in April 1893 to carve a track to Coolgardie, which would take about two weeks off travelling time. It took two months, they covered 330 miles of unexplored country and cut the longest continuous track in WA.

St Elizabeth’s Church

Originally built in 1892 as a police station, many a wayward miner and odd thirsty farmer spent time in the cell, before it was decommissioned and sold in 1951 for 450 pounds.

Post Office

The Broomehill Post Office has been delivering mail to the Broomehill people for over 100 years. Local tourist information and brochures are available.

Museum

Built in 1898, it has played many roles, including Town Hall, Mechanic’s Lodge and Church. Today it contains a treasure chest of interesting machinery and memorabilia.

Picnic Spots

Holland Park at the rear of the Shire Offices and Centenary Park opposite the Hotel. There is plenty of parking for your caravan.