The records within this page relate to those Timber Industry and Forestry workers who lost their lives in the line of duty in Western Australia, within the timber region commonly known as Southern Forests.

As stated in the Southern Forest Region Regional Management Plan 1987 - 1997 (Management Plan No.11), Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM), Western Australia (December 1987), CALM's Southern Forest Region is bounded approximately by the Blackwood River in the northwest, Muir Highway in the north-east, Albany Highway and South Coast Highway in the south-east, the Southern Ocean in the south-west and Vasse Highway in the west.

Southern Forest Region

 Southern Forest Region Map

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Order by:  Surname Year Age Given Name/s
SurnameGiven Name/sYearPlace of DeathAgeAlias (or Reported Name)

HAEUSLER Garry Dean 1995 Manjimup 20

HAMILTON James 1937 Jardee 27

HARBECK Albert Edward 1920 Bush Landing, Ellis Creek 55 Alfred John Harbeck

HEWETT William Frederick 1952 Rail crossing Collins Siding Hewitt (newspaper)

HILLIGER John Hendrik 1958 Willow Springs 37

HUGHAN Leonard David 1978 Quinninup 26 Len Hughan

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