Abandoned Medina Animal Research Station, Perth, WA

Abandoned Medina Animal Research Centre in Perth, Western Australia │Abandoned World Photography Urbex

The Medina Research Station was an Australian government initiative where both animals and vegetables were farmed and tested. Operations began in 1964 after which research was carried out on pigs, soil types, vegetables, insecticides and pesticides. The site is massive with over 20 abandoned buildings including animals pens, greenhouses, testing warehouses, storerooms and even residential houses.

The site is currently unused other than the odd 4WD and motorcycle making use of the sandy trails that weave throughout the land.

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