Roe Land District

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Roe
Western Australia
Western Australia land districts.png
Lands administrative divisions around Roe:
Avon Jilbadji Leake
Williams Roe Leake
Kojonup Kent Oldfield

Roe Land District is a land district (cadastral division) of Western Australia, located within the South-West Land Division in the eastern Wheatbelt region of the state.

History[edit]

The district was created on 9 August 1899, named in honour of the first Surveyor General of Western Australia, John Septimus Roe, and was defined in the Government Gazette:[1]

Towns[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Roe (Land) District. (per 7835/97)". Western Australia Government Gazette. 9 August 1899. p. 1899:2482. 

Coordinates: 32°35′S 119°00′E / 32.583°S 119.000°E / -32.583; 119.000