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Our Electrician Koorawatha Team

New South Wales, 2807

Our Electrician Koorawatha Team aka WSE Electric are professional accredited master electricians servicing the Koorawatha NSW region.

Our team has over 10 years of experience when it comes to electrical services in your area. We provide affordable 24hr residential, commercial and industrial electrical services.

Not to mention, not only do we provide quality work guaranteed, we are also highly recommended electrician service near you. We also have emergency electricians on standby so we are here to help in any urgent case of electrical work.

Our range of reliable services ranges from inspection to electrical fittings, solar panel installation, and more. From CCTV installation to heavy industrial electrical jobs, our 5 stars rated team of professionals can handle and job with utmost quality and care.

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New South Wales, 2807

New South Wales is an excellent place for solar power. Many homes are now opting for solar panels to help save on electricity bills. Solar panel systems and battery storage are becoming the most cost-effective renewable energy.

Hence, our accredited solar installers at WSE Electric also provide solar panel installation and repair services. It’s a lot like growing your own veggies in your backyard. Contact us today and we will help you become one of many energy independent households in your region.

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We are licensed in security and can install alarms and CCTV systems at your property.

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We offer installation services for control systems within your property.

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We are licensed electricians who can test and tag your electrical systems.

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We are experienced in the use of thermal imaging to inspect and service your electrical systems.

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We can service and install electrical motors and pump controls for your rural property.

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About WSE Electric

WSE Electric is a business that is dedicated to keeping our customers happy and satisfied with the work we carry out. We value the relationship we have with our customers and take pride in every task that is given us, however big or small. We are a service business, with a team of electricians with a wide range of experience across multiple fields, from heavy industrial right through to residential we have the capability to meet your needs.

We pride ourselves on staying up to date with both current and emerging technologies to allow us to provide a solution for our customers to see them long into the future. Our technical know how and understanding is a key differentiator in the marketplace.

Through the implementation of both internal and external training programs and extensive industry experience, WSE Electric can guarantee quality of workmanship, adherence to industry standards, reliability, and commitment to quality, honesty, and integrity.

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Our business is locally owned and operated in Koorawatha NSW.

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About Koorawatha NSW 2807

Koorawatha is a town in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia, on the Olympic Highway between Cowra and Young. It was once a large and thriving centre of activity but now has only a hotel and a cafe.

The Koorawatha Hotel has a long narrow bar and keen-eyed patrons may notice that there is a rather elongated-looking wombat on top of the ‘fridge.

At the 2016 census, Koorawatha had a population of 427. The town’s name is derived from an Aboriginal word for “pine trees”.

Koorawatha is located near the Illunie Range which contains the Koorawatha Nature Reserve, an important tract of virgin bushland.
Keen bird watchers may find much to reward them at the Koorawatha Falls area at the Nature Reserve.

For several years until recently Koorawatha had its own newsletter, the “Koora Chat”, which could be picked up from the Triple J cafe.

The German Greens activist Petra Kelly once owned a building block of land in the centre of the village, which she had never actually visited. The photographer Olive Cotton (1911-2003) lived on a farm near Koorawatha for more than fifty years.

The township is famous for a gun battle between police and the bushranger Ben Hall. On 20 May 1864 Hall, ably assisted by Tom Gordon and Jimmy Dunleavy attempted to hold up the Bang Bang Hotel (demolished in the 1940s) but found themselves involved in a desperate gun battle with two policemen. Hall and his accomplices were forced to retreat.

After this they proceeded to the Bang Bang hotel, and held up all those on the front verandah, instructing them to stay where they were. Two constables Scott and McNamara were at the stables tending their horses and upon seeing this drew their pistols. John Gilbert, the notorious bushranger who was part of Hall’s gang opened fire and fired three shots at the constables who returned fire, advancing towards the mounted bushrangers as they fired forcing Mount and Gilbert to retreat. While McNamara kept Mount and Gilbert at bay, Scott took careful aim at Hall as he galloped away – and fired. The bullet struck his hat knocking it from his head. Gilbert and Mount galloped after Hall abandoning the robbery.

At the site of the gun battle there is a sign where the old Bang Bang Hotel used to be. It is inconspicuously located by a peppercorn tree in the township, about half a kilometre west from the Olympic Highway.

“The Decline of the North”, a poem by Peter Porter, makes reference to rustic scenes near Koorawatha, which he visited in the mid 1970s with his two daughters, Katherine and Jane. The phrase “armoured lizards” refers to Tiliqua rugosa subsp. asper, a docile, endemic, easily caught species, otherwise known by their common name of Eastern shingleback.

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