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Real Estate Agents Wiluna

The best Wiluna Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Wiluna or the Wiluna area or all of WA. We detail who these Wiluna agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the agency used that matters. Vendors should only use those Wiluna agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Wiluna property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Wiluna or the 6646 postcode and immediate surrounds.

Request your free report for the individual performance details of real estate agents in Wiluna and the properties they have sold over the last couple of years.

With Wiluna property transactions only occurring on average every 7 years, securing the best Wiluna real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.

Suburb Overview

Wiluna is a town in the Mid West region of Western Australia. It is situated on the edge of the Western Desert at the gateway to the Canning Stock Route and Gunbarrel Highway. It is the service centre of the local area for the local Aboriginal people, the pastoral industry, mining, and many more people work on mines in the area on a " fly-in/fly-out " basis. Wiluna's climate is hot and dry, with an annual rainfall of just 254 mm. Mean maximum temperatures range from 19

Wiluna has a significant number of Indigenous people living within its community. The number of varies between 200 and 600 depending upon the nature, time and place of the traditional law ceremonies being carried out across the Central Desert region.

The traditional Aboriginal owners were "settled" as a consequence of the colonisation process that began in the 1800s. In the 1950s a church based group were supported by the government of the day to establish a mission. The traditional people lost their lands through many different processes, including the issuing of pastoral leases, the discovery of gold and the influx of non Aboriginal people onto their lands.

Before and after the atomic nuclear testing near Maralinga in the 1950s, many Aboriginal people from at least 3 different tribal and language groups were "forced" to live within the mission site. This created many conflicts and the legacy continues today. Much traditional knowledge and skill exists today amongst the Aboriginal residents and visitors.

The existence of a local pub has created much conflict with many people opposed to its presence arising from the conflict and trauma associated with alcohol abuse. The town also has a general store, petrol, caravan park, sports oval, school, health clinic, shelter and more.

Local water holes, much damaged and overused after years of cattle use, provide relief from the hot summer days.

The roads are unsealed and in the wet season the land may fill with large bodies of water. Large lakes may form that attract an array of wildlife. The region has snakes, kangaroos, bungarras, bush turkeys, donkeys, horses, camels and dingoes.

The closest mine site to town is the Wiluna Gold Mine, approximately 3 km south of Wiluna. The mine was shut down by its new owner, Apex Minerals, in August 2007 for refurbishment and resource definition. The mine commenced milling again in November 2008 with plans to mill up to 1Mtpa and produce initially 150kozpa increasing to 200kozpa.

Yeleeri mine site, located 100 km south has a load of uranium ore. Within 300 km the region boasts much mineral wealth.

The Wiluna area was explored by Lawrence Wells in 1892. Gold was discovered in the area in 1896, and within a few months there were over 300 prospectors in the area. The town of Wiluna was gazetted in 1898, the name Wiluna being the Indigenous Australian name for the area. By the 1930s, the town had a population of over 9,000 people, but World War II severely affected the gold mining industry, and many mines were shut down. By 1963 the population had fallen to less than 100. Gold mining resumed in the area in 1981.

In October 1960, two station workers named Fred Vincenti and Frank Quadrio were opening a fence gate on the Millbillillie -Jundee track 11 kilometres from Wiluna when they witnessed a bright fireball falling into spinifex grassland to the north of their location. The debris from this meteor became known as the Millbillillie meteorite and is understood to be actual pieces of the asteroid Vesta that had at some point been knocked off by a collision in the asteroid belt. Although no official specimens were recovered until 1970 it is understood that members of the local Aboriginal community had collected pieces.

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