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The clock commemorates the early settlers of Moora. The clock memorial was the instigation of the Moora Rotary Club who contributed $2000 with a community contribution of $5000. The Premier David Brand officially commemorated the memorial in 1968. The history of the CWA authored by A Topham was sealed into the plinth.

The area was first explored by George Fletcher Moore who named the Moore River in 1836. The settlement of the area occurred in the 1840s but there was no need for a township. As late as 1873, when the telegraph passed through the area, the operator was a member of the family at Berkshire Valley. The town eventually grew up on the banks of the river and was officially gazetted on 12 April 1895.


Address:Padbury & Dandaragan Streets, Moora, 6510
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -30.639018
Long: 116.007699
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:Landscape
Link: https://www.dplh.wa.gov.au/about-i…


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Friday 12th July, 1968
Front Inscription

A Symbol Of Appreciation
             Of The
Courage And Fortitude
           Of The
Pioneers Of This Area

Sponsored And Erected By
Rotary Club of Moora
Clock Donated And Installed By
Moora Talkie Trust Inc.
Funds By Public Subscription
      Unveiled By
The Hon. David Brand M.L.A. 
Premier Of Western Australia
    12th July 1968


Source: MA,HWA
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