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Tiny sleepy little wheatbelt township
Located 57 km from Adelaide, Mallala is a tiny town with a population of around 500 people. It is 41 m above sea level and has an annual rainfall of 400 mm. The town's name is reputedly derived from the local Aboriginal word 'madlola' which supposedly meant 'place of the ground frog'. It was first used by Phillip Butler who took up a sheep run in the area in the 1840s. By the 1860s the area had been subdivided and a substantial number of sheep and wheat farmers were finding the conditions ideal. The town prospered and a large, and beautiful, flour mill was built to process the local wheat harvest.