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Located 132 kilometres east of Perth in the heart of the wheat-sheep belt, Beverley is set on the banks of the Avon River. Town attractions include the Aeronautical Museum (at the Tourist Bureau), Avondale Discovery Farm, antique and vintage Machinery, wildflowers, many picnic spots and historical buildings. Western Australia's aviation history is traced by photographs mounted on the Aeronautical Museum walls. The museum entrance has a Vampire Jet aircraft No. A79-638 at the door. This aircraft was a two seat trainer. Australia built almost 200 of this type of aircraft for training of pilots. The Shire of Beverley purchased this aircraft for a sum of Fifty Pounds ($100.00) and ground crew from Pearce Air Force Base erected it on metal stands free of charge. Situated just six kilometres west of town, Avondale offers visitors many interesting things to do. Entry to Avondale is free of charge. Avondale boasts one of the largest agricultural machinery museums in Western Australia, with many tractors in working order, a testimony to the advances of the past 100 years. You can enjoy a drive around the farm seeing many different agricultural activities, including grain and stock production. Along the way are kangaroos and emus. The 'Dead Finish Museum', open from March to November, houses memorabilia and items of historic interest ranging from wooden cotton wheels to washing boards. Beverley offers a variety of accommodation styles including bed and breakfasts, hotels and farm stays. For more information visit the website:

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