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Wundowie Iron Festival

AHMAG would like to take this opportunity to invite our followers to the Wundowie Iron Festival this Sunday the 21st of May 2017.

The iron festival is a great day out for the whole family and a short 65 km drive up the Great Eastern highway from Perth. Gates open at 9 am until 4 pm.
We will have our marquee set up collecting signatures to our latest petition. So if you come along, don’t forget to drop in to say hello and sign our petition to show your support against bauxite mining in Wundowie, Wooroloo and Morangup.

The industrial history of Wundowie was born on April 15, 1948, when the completed Wundowie Charcoal Iron and Steel mill was opened. The mill was closed in 1981 after 33 years of operation and Bradken now operate out of the foundry facilities, keeping the link to Wundowie’s commercial heritage alive.

Wundowie was the birthplace of WA’s iron ore industry. To find out more about the Iron Festival, click here.

We hope to see you on Sunday.

AHMAG

Wundowie Iron Festival

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