Banjawarn Station

Banjawarn Station is a remote cattle station in , that previously operated as a sheep station. In the 1990s Banjawarn was owned by the Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo, and following the Tokyo subway attack was the subject of an Australian Federal Police investigation.
Latitude
-27.7035° or 27° 42' 12.7" south
Longitude
121.6131° or 121° 36' 47.2" east
Open Location Code
5Q437JW7+H6
Open­Street­Map ID
node 7277994648
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  • English: Banjawarn station

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