Mundaring Weir Hotel

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This establishment was built at the turn of the century, and is believed to be haunted by one of the many workers and visited who stayed at the hotel during the weirs construction. Known to staff as ‘Paddy’, he has been known to break bottles and glasses from time to time.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Mundaring Weir Road
Mundaring, Western Australia

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-31.95225812723947, 116.16704124142416
Nearest Towns:
Mundaring Weir, AU (0.2 mi.)
Karda Mordo, AU (0.5 mi.)
Darlington, AU (5.5 mi.)
Carilla, AU (5.9 mi.)
South Kalamunda, AU (6.1 mi.)
Lesmurdie, AU (7.1 mi.)
Greenmount, AU (7.8 mi.)
Bartons Mill, AU (8.1 mi.)
Darkin, AU (8.9 mi.)
Carinyah, AU (9.1 mi.)


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