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Gwambygine Population Statistics

Gwambygine is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. It is situated between the towns of York and Beverley, and is on the banks of the Avon River. One of the first known settlers was Rev. J.B. Wittenoom who was granted land in the area in 1831 and named his property Gwambygine . This property was later purchased by the state government in 1901 and sub-divided into blocks called Gwambygine Estate. Some of the land along the Avon was developed as a townsite which was gazetted in 1902. A railway siding known as Hick's Siding was established adjacent to the town in 1902. The siding was named after J. Hicks who had leased the property in the 1860s. The siding was renamed Gwambygine in 1910. Gwambygine pool is also close to the town. It is one of the few permanent pools found along the Avon River and a park has been built next to the pool with a boardwalk, viewing tower, playgrounds, gas barbecues and other facilities.
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