Shire of Woodanilling
Area: 1,126 sq km
Population 429 (2013)
The Shire of Woodanilling is in the north of the Great Southern in cropping and grazing country. Woodanilling is named after a spring in the Boyerine Creek, a kilometre south of the town.
The area around Woodanilling was first explored by Europeans in the 1830s and settled from the 1850s.
Woodanilling Road Board was established in 1906 and became the Shire of Woodanilling in 1961.
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Other local government areas in the Great Southern: City of Albany, Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup, Shire of Cranbrook, Shire of Denmark, Shire of Gnowangerup, Shire of Jerramungup, Shire of Katanning, Shire of Kent, Shire of Kojonup and Shire of Plantagenet