Location and Environs of St Joseph's Primary School, Wyndham
Wyndham, Western Australia's most northern town has one of the hottest annual average temperatures in Australia. Established in 1886, Wyndham has a population of approximately 1000 people.
Famous for its barramundi, billabongs and boab trees, Wyndham is a remote community which is culturally diverse with a significant Aboriginal population. Wyndham is a historic town, with plenty to see and do, especially if you are a keen four-wheel-driver, camper and bush walker. Some of our best spots are a town secret.
Take a walk up the Bastion to catch a magnificent view at the Five Rivers Lookout.
Home to the rare and beautiful Gouldian Finch and Marlgu Billabong down the road, the town is a bird lovers paradise.