Wyndham History

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A symmetrical bluestone building with a central doorway, a single large window either side with chimneys built into the end walls.
Former grooms house.JPG

A two storey timber house in the Queen Anne style.
Little River PS.JPG

A small timber school built in two stages with later additions and portables.

Large timber Mechanics Institute with central entry retaining wrought iron gate and double timber doors.

Small bluestone church with cream brick belcote and window trims that suffered some damage in the January 1985 fires.
Blacksmith's shop.JPG

Timber house and timber shed once used as a blacksmiths but now a private residence.

Single storey Edwardian house, facing the railway line, a typical example of the period. Between the house and the railway line is a row of cypresses.
Old Little River Hotel.JPG

Single storey bluestone hotel that closed in 1973 and is now a private residence.
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Bluestone complex of buildings in a ruined state close to the railway line to the east of the Little River township.

A bluestone complex comprising a railway station, goods shed and store occupying a prominent position near St Michael's Catholic Church and the former Methodist Church.

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