The official gazetted townsite of Moora is home to 6 towns that offer unique attractions, community facilities and support a diverse range of economic opportunities and industries including wheat; sheep; cattle; pigs; farming; concrete works; wildflowers; silicon quartz mining; granite quarry; pine plantations; citrus; olives and so much more!
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Bindi Bindi is a small town located between Moora and Wongan Hills in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. The town originated as a Western Australian Government Railways siding and was gazetted in 1947. The name is Aboriginal in origin and is the word for stick or skewer on which a coat is hung. The doubling of the word is to indicate many of them. The main industry in town is wheat farming with the town.