Karalee Rock Catchment – National Trust Property
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About this site: Karalee Rock catchment was one of a number of railway rock catchments built in the 1890s to service steam trains that ran on the Eastern Railway from Perth to the Goldfields. The impressive stone and metal channels and flume still capture water for the dam. Visitors to Karalee can enjoy two separate walk trails, a camping ground and picnic area.
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