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Lake Grace

Lake Grace is 347 kilometres southeast of Perth and was named in 1909 after a shallow salt lake nine kilometres west of the town. A striking feature of the surrounding region is the abundance of salt lakes along the ancient river systems, which has led to the area being commonly known as 'The Lakes District.' Don't miss visiting one of two remaining Australian Inland Mission Hospitals. The Lake Grace Australian Inland Mission Hospital was established in 1926 through the work of Dr John Flynn and the local community. Until the new hospital was built in 1952, the AIM hospital and the Royal Flying Doctor Service served the vast area from Kukerin to Ravensthorpe. The building, at the west end of town, has been restored as a hospital museum. Whilst in the area, stroll over to the water feature and colourful mosaics in the gardens of the Medical Centre. If you are in need of some inspiration have a look at the Historical Mural in the centre of town. The mural features women who in some way were pioneers of the district, from European settlement to the present. Panoramic views of our immense lake system can be seen from the Lake Grace Lookout, 12 kilometres west of town. Lake Grace is 50.5 kilometres long and up to 7.25 kilometres wide. It has been estimated that 19 million tonnes of gypsum lie under the salty surface. Lake Grace Lions Park at the eastern entry to town and Apex Park on the western outskirts are both ideal for rest breaks and picnics. There are also a number of small parks within the town site. Motel, hotel and caravan park accommodation is available in Lake Grace.

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