Kylie Dam Reserve – National Trust Property
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About this site: Kylie Dam Reserve is a 220 hectare property exhibiting both natural and built heritage. Initially constructed with a water tank between 1914-1917, the dam was used to supply water for steam locomotives on the Wagin – Bowelling line. Later the reserve and dam was used for farming purposes until 2005. Today it is open for the public to enjoy.
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