Redmond, Western Australia
|Population||309 (2006 census)|
|Elevation||94 m (308 ft)|
|LGA(s)||City of Albany|
The town began when a railway siding was opened in the area in 1912 which was initially called Mulikupp. The townsite was later renamed in Redmond. In 1913 blocks were subdivided and by 1916 a school had been built and the town was gazetted. It is thought that the town was named after the Irish Nationalist leader, John Edward Redmond.