Eyre, Baxter & Wylie ExpeditionPrint Page
Monument commemorates the explorers Eyre, Baxter and Wylie who camped at Eucla in 1841 on their journey from Fowlers Bay to Albany. The memorial plaque was presented by the Post Office Historical Society of WA for the Sesquicentenary Celebration 1841 - 1991.
|Address:||Eyre Highway, Eucla Roadhouse, Eucla, 6443|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -31.677222|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||11-March-1841|
|Actual Event End Date:||11-March-1841|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Monday 11th March, 1991|
EDWARD JOHN EYRE
BAXTER, WYLIE, JOEY, YARRY.
On 11 March 1841
Camped In This Vicinity
During The 1500km Journey
From Fowlers Bay To Albany.
The HON. IAN TAYLOR M.L.A.
Deputy Premier of Western Australia
11 March 1991
Presented by the Post Office Historical Society of WA
for the Sesquicentenary Celebration 1841 - 1991.
Royal Western Australian Historical Society