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Eclipse Hill


Shire of Gingin

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Lot M 1448 Creighton Rd Gingin

Location Details

Eclipse Hill

Local Government



Avon Arc

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Category Description
Municipal Inventory Adopted 18 Oct 2005 Category 4

Category 4

A site without built features, but of some cultural heritage significance to the Shire of Gingin.

Physical Description

SL 8659 - an area of 4049 metres square is the highest part of Eclipse Hilt.


This block was purchased by the Crown in c.1999 for use as a Trigonometric Station.The highest point on Eclipse Hill was named because there was an eclipse when found in the early explorations. In 1978, the mining of quartz sand began on Bare Hill. The grains of quartz are free from impurities and are very large It can be made into very strong concrete and has been used for the manufacture of roofing tiles, paving slabs etc. Yellow sand and gravel are also mined.

Place Type



Epoch General Specific
Original Use MINING Other
Present Use Transport\Communications Comms: Other

Creation Date

24 Apr 2007

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Last Update

01 Jan 2017


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