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37 Lundy Avenue, Cunderdin, Western Australia 6407
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The search for pastoral lands east of Perth led explorer Charles Hunt to many towns in today’s wheatbelt, including Cunderdin – a town he named in 1864. The later is certainly true in the springtime when Cunderdin Hill – which overlooks the town – is carpeted with pink and yellow everlastings and yellow cascades of wattle.

The town of Cunderdin is a thriving Wheatbelt community with a large range of services, business and sporting and community organisations. While agriculture still plays a major role in the town’s success, other industries are developing thanks to the town’s proximity to Perth and the size and quality of the Cunderdin Airstrip.

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