So many towns of the Outback can claim their very existence directly to the laying of the great inland railway systems. Wyandra is such a town.
Being the halfway point between Charleville and Cunnamulla, a railway settlement was established. In 1898 a school was established with about 60 pupils, which is about the same number of today`s total population.
If you are interested in outback architecture, this town retains some great old buildings. A heritage trail, guiding visitors past old and unusual buildings, offers many photographic opportunities.
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