29 Todd Street
Merredin WA 6415

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Merredin is a town in Western Australia, located in the central Wheatbelt roughly midway between Perth and Kalgoorlie, on Route 94, Great Eastern Highway. It is located on the route of the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme, and as a result is also on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail.

Transport and the harvesting of grain give the major impetus to the town’s economy.  The Co-operative Bulk Handling (CBH) grain terminal is capable of storing up to 600,000 tonnes of grain.  It is the company’s largest and is the longest horizontal storage bin in the southern hemisphere. CBH Merredin is the largest inland receival point in the state.

With plenty of parks, gardens, natural bushland and a wide range of accommodation and cafes, it’s an ideal base for exploring the many Merredin attractions and the sights of the Western Australian Wheatbelt. The town is also serviced daily by the Transwa, Prospector and MerredinLink passenger trains.

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