Listing No: 4233317

Lot 1240 Killawarra Drive, Tom Price WA 6751

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Land Area 3891m2

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Surplus Government Stock Which Must Be Sold.

The State of WA is wanting to dispose vacant residential land in Tom Price.
Expressions of interest are now being invited for Lot 1240 Killawarra Drive Tom Price which is a level 3891 meter square block with 3 street frontage.
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WA 6751 is a land for sale by Brett Philp from Crawford Realty Newman. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Expressions Of Interest.
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Tom Price

GROWTH 8.0%
MED.PRICE $270,000
POPULATION 3,005
Tom Price

Tom Price is an iron mining town in the Pilbara region, 1458 kilometres north northeast of Perth and 89 kilometres north of Paraburdoo. Following the discovery and development of the iron mining industry in this area in the 1960s, a private townsite named Tom Price was established by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd. It was officially named Tom Price Townsite in 1967, but was not a gazetted townsite until 1985. The townsite derives its name from Mount Tom Price, a mountain in the Hamersley Range named in 1962. The name Mount Tom Price was proposed by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd after the late Mr Tom Price, a colleague of theirs who was involved in iron ore negotiations with the Premier of Western Australia in 1961. Mr Price was highly regarded and played an important role in the eraly development of the iron mining industry in the Pilbara.

About Tom Price

Tom Price is an iron mining town in the Pilbara region, 1458 kilometres north northeast of Perth and 89 kilometres north of Paraburdoo. Following the discovery and development of the iron mining industry in this area in the 1960s, a private townsite named Tom Price was established by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd. It was officially named Tom Price Townsite in 1967, but was not a gazetted townsite until 1985. The townsite derives its name from Mount Tom Price, a mountain in the Hamersley Range named in 1962. The name Mount Tom Price was proposed by Rio Tinto Southern Pty Ltd after the late Mr Tom Price, a colleague of theirs who was involved in iron ore negotiations with the Premier of Western Australia in 1961. Mr Price was highly regarded and played an important role in the eraly development of the iron mining industry in the Pilbara.

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