This is an addition to the Toolibin Lake and scenic tour blog. 100 years ago the wheatbelt population was about ten times more than now, with railway sidings often having a school, a hall, and a general store/post office. Toolibin inhabitants were mostly railway workers, but with the great depression, and increased mechanisation all that remains is a nice Morris Minor, and the ever present pepper tree and bamboo clump marking the school site.
Upslope (b) is grey sandy gravel containing kwongan prickly heath with interesting flowers in spring.
Having said that, it may be available for rent by those who desire a love nest with a difference