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Just south of the monastic town of New Norcia there used to be a rural settlement called Victoria Plains. This is all that remains - what had been the local agricultural hall where rural shows and fairs would have been held.
The site has now been returned to agriculture with the ruins surrounded by wheat. The name of Victoria Plains lives on in the name of the local council area (population less than 1000) but the council has long since moved its base to another town.

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