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This very small locality is situated on the Katanning - Nyabing Road. Although the town was gazetted around 1923, it never took off. The townsite was established here as a stopping point on the Katanning - Nyabing railway. First the name Badjebupp was proposed but the town was actually gazetted under its current name. The name changed to Nalabup in 1923 then back to Badgebup again later on in that same year. The town is named after a local spring.


Badgebup - Hall

The local hall which was opened by the President of the Katanning Shire Council, A. R. Kiddie Esq, in 1965. December 2016. Photos Ref: BDGP001


Badgebup - Hall

This is a side and rear view of the hall. December 2016. Photos Ref: BDGP002


Badgebup - School Site

To the left side of the hall, as seen from the main road, is this monument marking the location of the old primary school 1920 - 1947. December 2016. Photos Ref: BDGP003


Badgebup - Railway

The railway runs in from Katanning but it doesn't look to be in use anymore or run further east of here. December 2016. Photos Ref: BDGP004


Badgebup - Paddock

All around the district the sight is the same. Very recently harvested wheat fields. They seemingly go on forever. December 2016. Photos Ref: BDGP005

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