Wandi, Western Australia

Wandi, Western Australia

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Wandi, Western Australia

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Wandi is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the Town of Kwinana. The suburb was approved on 14 March 1978.

The suburb is zoned Special Rural, which prevents the loss of trees from clearing. The land of Wandi is bushland, and some of it is part of the Jandakot Regional Park.

Wandi was named after a highly regarded Aboriginal stockman, who drove sheep into Cockburn Sound for anchorage butchers in the 1920s.

Wandi is also known for the amount of diverse alpacas that live there; many of which often escape. These alpacas are usually joked about among the locals as being "rogue alpacas".

A Chuditch or Western Quoll (Dasyurus geoffroii ), an endangered carnivorous marsupial not seen in the Perth area for nearly twenty years, was located in Wandi in March 2009.


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