Synonyms for pannawonica or Related words with pannawonica

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Examples of "pannawonica"
It is located about south of Pannawonica and south east of Onslow in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
It is located west of Pannawonica and east of Onslow along the Robe River in the Pilbara region.
It is located about south of Pannawonica and west of Paraburdoo in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The town of Pannawonica is an iron-ore mining town located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, near the Robe River, about 200 km south-west from Karratha and 1429 km North from Perth. At the 2011 census, Pannawonica had a population of 686.
Pannawonica is one of a number of remote-area iron-ore-mining towns built throughout the Pilbara to house workers operating open-cut mines and the loading of ore trains. It is a 'closed town', having limited facilities for visitors, the company's accommodation being reserved for its staff and visiting contractors. Some visitor accommodation is available at the Pannawonica Tavern.
Pannawonica’s weather is recorded by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology station number 005069, which was opened in 1971. Between 1971 and 2005, the mean maximum temperature at Pannawonica ranged from 26.7 °C in July to 40.9 °C in January. Pannawonica experiences a wet season that can stretch from December to March, and cyclonic storm events.
The Mesa J mine is an iron ore mine located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 16 kilometres south-west of Pannawonica.
The Mesa A mine, sometimes also referred to as Waramboo mine, is an iron ore mine located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, west of Pannawonica.
Hamersley or Hamersley Station is a pastoral lease and cattle station located between Tom Price and Pannawonica in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The district was based in the rural north-west of Western Australia. Its population centres included Dampier, Karratha, Roebourne, Pannawonica, Paraburdoo, Tom Price, Wickham and Wittenoom.
The annual Pannawonica Robe River Rodeo, in September, attracts an average of 1500 people from all over Australia. Funds raised are distributed to many organisations including the Royal Flying Doctor Service, local school and other volunteer-based groups.
It is situated about south west of Pannawonica and east of Exmouth in the Pilbara region. Adjoining properties include Mount Stuart to the east and Nanutarra Station to the south west. The Ashburton River flows through the property.
Pannawonica was built on Yalleen Station in 1970 by Cleveland-Cliffs Robe River Iron (it then became Robe River Iron Associates and was then bought out by Rio Tinto Iron Ore) it was gazetted as a townsite in 1972.
The property is situated approximately south of Roebourne and north east of Pannawonica in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. A portion of the Maitland River runs through the property.
As well as the Hancock Ranges Iron Project, Volta also acquired Pilbara Commodities’ other projects via the acquisition, including: the Hamersley Ranges Project (Iron Ore), Bangemall Project (Copper, Zinc and Manganese) and the Pannawonica Project (Nickel, Copper).
Pannawonica is home to more than 1000 people: Rio Tinto Iron Ore employee families, staff on fly-in fly-out (‘fifo’) roster from Perth, and those involved in support services (49% residential, 51% FIFO). It is accessible by road, rail and light aircraft.
The town’s facilities include a post office, supermarket, milk-bar, pub, a public swimming pool, sports fields, police station, petrol station, primary school, tavern bistro, gym and a free drive-in cinema with takeaway facility, free movies show on Friday and Sunday nights. Police officers based at Pannawonica supervise an area of approximately 33,800 square kilometres.
"Hamersley News" came to an end with its 180th edition. In 1980 the newspaper was purchased from Hamersley Iron Pty Ltd by the Independent Newspaper Group of Perth. It was continued by the "Pilbara Advertiser", extending the distribution to Wickham, Roebourne and Pannawonica.
In 1970, a high-grade iron-ore mine was opened at Pannawonica in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, with a rail line to processing facilities at Cape Lambert for which the residential township of Wickham was built. A pellet plant was built but ceased operation before 1980, following a sharp increase in the cost of diesel fuel.
The other main component of the Pilbara Iron network is the Robe River railway, which was constructed for a joint venture known as Cliffs Robe River Iron Associates. This railway originally linked the joint venture's first mine, near Pannawonica in the Robe River valley, with a pelletising plant and port at Cape Lambert.