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The Lily Dutch Windmill is the only fully operational flour producing windmill in Australia.
Built between 1991 and 1997, The Lily is an authentic 16th Century design brick "ground-sail" mill.
The Dutch Lily Windmill offers superb accommodation, delightful meals and boundless hospitality.
It is located less than 100km north of Albany, or 390km south-east of Perth. It is 10km north of the Stirling Range.
The Stirling Range's Knoll Bluff is the highest peak in south-west Western Australia.
The Noongar people are the traditional Aboriginal custodians of this region. Bular Mial is the Noongar name for Knoll Buff. It means many eyes.
The Stirling Range is estimated to be 2 billion years old and the Stirling Range National Park is home to over 1,500 species of flora - 80 of which are not found anywhere else.
See also our Western Australian Orchids web page.