Central Land Division facts for kids
Central Land Division was a land division of Western Australia defined under section 26 of the Land Act Amendment Act 1906, and existed from 1 February 1907 until 28 March 1917, when it became part of the Eastern Land Division under section 4 of the Land Act Amendment Act 1917. It was bounded by the Rabbit-proof fence in the west, and included Kalgoorlie. It comprised parts of the eastern Wheatbelt and the Goldfields-Esperance region.
It was defined thus in the 1906 Act:
Bounded by lines starting from the No. 1 line of the rabbit-proof fence at latitude 26° South, and extending Southerly along the
said fence to a point situate West from the summit of the granite rock near the 50-Mile Soak on the Dundas-Lake Lefroy Road; thence East to the 125th meridian of East longitude; thence North to the parallel of 26° South latitude aforesaid, and thence West to the starting point.
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