Balla Balla Population Statistics

Balla Balla Station is a pastoral lease and cattle station located approximately 138 kilometres (86 mi) North of Karratha just off the North West Coastal Highway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The station is also used for tourism purposes with camping permitted and renowned as being a good fishing location There was once a townsite on the coastal side of the station, the town of Balla Balla, was an important port in the area. The waters could be treacherous with the first recorded drowning occurring in 1898. A cyclone struck the town in 1898 destroying most of the buildings in the town. The Post Office, Blacksmiths, the Chicago Hotel and the woolshed were completely destroyed as was the blacksmiths. The Balla Balla Hotel was partly deroofed and boats were sunk. Two lives were lost from flying debris.
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