Welshpool, Western Australia

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Welshpool
PerthWestern Australia
Welshpool, Western Australia.jpg
Welshpool Road, Welshpool
Coordinates31°59′38″S 115°57′22″E / 31.994°S 115.956°E / -31.994; 115.956Coordinates: 31°59′38″S 115°57′22″E / 31.994°S 115.956°E / -31.994; 115.956
Population0[note 1]
Established1895
Postcode(s)6106
Location11 km (7 mi) from the Perth CBD
LGA(s)
State electorate(s)Belmont, Victoria Park
Federal division(s)Swan
Suburbs around Welshpool:
Carlisle Kewdale Kewdale
East Victoria Park Welshpool Wattle Grove
St James
Bentley
Queens Park
East Cannington
Beckenham
Kenwick

Welshpool is an inner southeastern suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located mostly within the City of Canning and partially within the Town of Victoria Park.

The area is one of the main industrial areas of Perth, along with Kewdale, Kwinana Beach, Henderson, Malaga, O'Connor, Canning Vale and Osborne Park.[1]

It is the location of the Welshpool railway station.

Welshpool is visually known for its 3 complexes of silo towers. These house storage of feed products for the poultry and agricultural industries.

Welshpool is a traditional industrial suburb partly to the fact of its proximity to Perth Airport and short distance to the Perth CBD.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Industrial suburb with no local residents.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jacka, Raeme (1962), Welshpool : a history of the early settlement and development of a modern industrial area, retrieved 23 February 2021

External links[edit]

"History of metropolitan suburb names – W". Western Australian Land Information Authority. Retrieved 4 August 2008.