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Quairading Who's Who

Distinguished and Famous people from Quairading

Quairading, a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, has been home to several distinguished and notable individuals. Here are some famous people associated with Quairading:

Bernard Carlon

Bernard Carlon was born in Quairading in 1952. He is an Australian police officer who served as the Assistant Commissioner of the New South Wales Police Force. Carlon played a crucial role in the investigation of the Sydney gangland wars and was commended for his contributions to the field of law enforcement.

Reg Ellis

Reg Ellis was born in Quairading in 1932. He was an Australian rules footballer who played for the Carlton Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL). Ellis had a successful career and was known for his versatility as a player.

Lyn White

Lyn White is an animal rights activist and investigator, born in Quairading. She is renowned for her work exposing animal cruelty and advocating for animal welfare. White's undercover investigations have led to significant changes in the treatment of animals in various industries.

Paddy Connolly

Paddy Connolly, born in Quairading in 1938, is an Australian documentary filmmaker. He gained international recognition and several accolades for his work, including his documentary "Coniston," which explored the history and aftermath of the Coniston massacre.

These are just a few examples of distinguished individuals associated with Quairading, Western Australia. The town has been home to many other remarkable people who have made significant contributions in various fields.

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