What's In Beverley?
The Shire of Beverley covers 2,300 square kilometres of the Western Australian central Wheatbelt. The predominant industry is broad acre agriculture, particularly livestock and cropping. Other supporting industries, such as farm suppliers, steel fabricators, financial services and general retail are found in the main town of Beverley.
The town of Beverley provides a range of commercial, recreational and social services for residents and visitors alike. The main street of Beverley provides all the goods and services that are vital to a country town. The town has a government District High School catering for students from pre-primary to Year 10 as well as other educational opportunities accessed via the Beverley Community Resource and Telecentre.
The town is proud of its top class health facilities boasting a district hospital, medical centre with several full time doctors and providing a large array of specialist services, a frail aged lodge and a retirement village. Government services, such as Centrelink and Medicare can be accessed through the Beverley Telecentre.
If you are looking for a place to build, good quality building blocks are available in the town, with deep sewer available in some areas. The town is served by the Goldfields Water Supply Scheme and electricity and telephone are available to most areas of the townsite.
Beverley has football, cricket, netball, tennis, bowls and golf clubs amongst others. There is also a 50m long swimming pool open November to April.