Boogardie, Western Australia
|Population||0 (abandoned)|
|Location||7 km (4 mi) north east of Mount Magnet|
|LGA(s)||Shire of Mount Magnet|
|State electorate(s)||North West|
Due to its proximity to Mount Magnet and Lennonville some facilities were shared in the time of it being an active mining field, as well as being incorporated in geological and mining surveys; the mining field at the time was called the Murchison goldfield.
The name has its origins in an Aboriginal word but the meaning is unknown.
- History of country town names - B Landgate website, accessed: 26 January 2010
- Western Australia. Dept. of Lands and Surveys (1898), Townsite of Boogardie, Dept. of Lands & Surveys W.A, retrieved 3 December 2015
- Western Australia. Dept. of Mines. Survey Examination and Mapping Branch. Cartographic Section (1960), L47D/20, Mt. Magnet & Boogardie (Murchison G.F.), Mt Magnet district, Dept. of Mines, retrieved 3 December 2015
- Gibson, Charles G; Geological Survey of Western Australia (1903), Lennonville, Mount Magnet and Boogardie, Murchison goldfield, W.A. Watson, government printer, retrieved 3 December 2015
- "BOOGARDIE". Geraldton Express (WA : 1906 - 1919). WA: National Library of Australia. 2 May 1906. p. 3. Retrieved 3 December 2015.
- Payne, G. H; Kalgoorlie Metallurgical Laboratory; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Australia) (1936), Report on the cyanidation of sands from the Boogardie State Battery, CSIR, retrieved 4 December 2015
- Mining Archived 18 May 2009 at the Wayback Machine Shire of Mount Magnet website, accessed: 20 January 2010
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