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The Yeriminup Reserve and Cemetery is situated on open land surrounded by mature trees. It was once a stopping place for the Aboriginal people and is signposted as a sacred site.

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      The reserve is now part of an A Class Reserve. It was once significant as a bush cemetery for the Gordon River area, and in recent times it has been re-opened as a public cemetery by the Shire.

      Frankland River is known as a fruitful investment for the historical Egerton-Warburton family. Yeriminup was taken up in 1857 and soon became a mixed farming enterprise with sheep, cattle and fruit orchards. 

       

       

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