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Mount Barkertown, southwestern Western Australialying at the base of 1,foot metre Mount Barker. The mountain was sighted Mt barker australia and named after Captain Collett Barker, the last military commandant at Albany. The town, proclaimed inis the administrative headquarters of Plantagenet shire. Situated on the Great Southern Railway and Albany Highway to Perth miles [ km] northwestit is a processing centre for a region of beef, sheep, apple, Mt barker australia vegetable farming and manufactures concrete pipe.
Mount Barker is a base for excursions to the scenic Porongurups and Stirling ranges and so takes advantage of the growing tourist trade in the Great Southern region. It also has become a wine-growing region of note and has reversed a trend in many rural towns by increasing its population. Mount Barker. Additional Info. Contributors Article History. Print Cite verified Cite. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions.
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Mount Barker, South Australia