Babakin, Western Australia
Main (only?) street.
|Population||25 (?)|
|LGA(s)||Shire of Bruce Rock|
|State electorate(s)||Central Wheatbelt|
Babakin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia between the towns of Bruce Rock and Corrigin. It has a population of approximately 25 people, and provides the local farming community with a school, shop, hall and sporting facilities.
The area is an inhabitant area for a very rare plant species, the Western Underground Orchid (Rhizanthella gardneri).
- Higham, Geoffrey Where was That? an historical gazetteer of Western Australia. Geoproject Solutions, Winthrop, W.A: ISBN 0-646-44186-8.
- Lovell, Avon. Bruce Rock : a revised history Bruce Rock, W.A: Bruce Rock Shire Council, 1993. ISBN 0-646-05844-4.
- A rare and beautiful thing. Feature on Rhizanthella gardneri – in Lovell, p. 167-174.
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