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Cranbrook on the Great Southern Highway in Western Australia is a village about 300km south-southeast of Perth (show me). Cranbrook has a population of around 270 and is one of the smaller towns in Australia. Cranbrook is at an elevation of approximately 258m above sea level. Cranbrook is one of the southernmost villages in Western Australia. The nearest ocean is the Indian Ocean about 200km west-northwest of Cranbrook.
The nearest more populous place is the village of Tambellup which is 29km away with a population of around 300 (show me a map with Cranbrook and Tambellup).
Cranbrook is on the intersection of the Great Southern Highway and the Salt River Road.
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