South Australian Local Towns

South Australian Towns

The early South Australian migrants, particularly those men and women who worked and lived at Angepena, Blinman, or Parachilna in the Flinders Ranges, proved to be a very interesting and remarkable group of people. Naturally they had much in common with people in other parts of South Australia such as Hahndorf or Innamincka, or indeed with the rest of Australia during that time. They also had much in common with the people who today work and live in isolated mining towns such as Mount Isa, in Queensland, or in Leigh Creek, Roxby Downs or Woomera in South Australia, all of which are just as arid and isolated.

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towns, just click their names.

Aldgate Aldinga Angaston Appila
Ardrossan Balhannah Bangor Beltana
Bethany Birdsville
Blakiston Blinman Brighton Bruce Burra
Callington Carrieton Cobdogla Coober Pedy
Coramandel Valley Coward Springs Cradock
Curdimurka Currency Creek Dawson Delamere
Echunga Eurelia Farina Georgetown
Gladstone Glen Osmond Glenorchy
Goolwa Gordon Greens Plains Hahndorf Hallett
Hammond Happy Valley Harrogate Hawker
Hoffnungsthal Holder Innamincka Inneston
Iron Knob Jamestown Johnburgh
Kanmantoo Kapunda Kanyaka Kersbrook
Kingston Klemzig Langhorne Creek Laura
Leigh Creek Light Pass Lobethal Lyndhurst Lyrup
Mannum Marree McLaren Vale Melrose Mintaro
Mitcham Moculta Montacute Moonta
Moorook Morphett Vale Mount Bryan East Mount Lofty
Mount Pleasant Mount Torrens Murtho Myponga
Nairne Nangkita New Era New Residence
Normanville Norton Summit Nuccaleena Olympic Dam
O'Halloran Hill Oodnadatta Overland Corner
Parachilna Pekina Penola Philiptown
Pine Creek Port Adelaide Port Augusta Port MacDonnell
Port Murthoo Pyap Quorn Ramco Robe
Roxby Downs Salem Salt Creek Sanderston Sevenhill
Silverton Sliding Rock Stockwell Strathalbyn Summertown
Teetulpa Victor Harbor Waikerie Whyalla Willunga
Wilson Wirrabara Wistow Woodchester
Woodside Woomera Yankalilla Yarrowie


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