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Minnipa
A small wheatbelt town
Minnipa is a small wheatbelt town which is located 601 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways and 295 km from Port Augusta. The area around the town was first settled in 1878 but it wasn't until the arrival of the railway line in 1913 that any kind of township developed. The town was proclaimed in 1915 and subsequently it became a typical wheatbelt town servicing the surrounding area and providing the necessary grain handling and rail facilities to allow farmers fast access to Thevenard and Port Lincoln.

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Minnipa - Places to See

Minnipa
A small wheatbelt town
Minnipa is a small wheatbelt town which is located 601 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways and 295 km from Port Augusta. The area around the town was first settled in 1878 but it wasn't until the arrival of the railway line in 1913 that any kind of township developed. The town was proclaimed in 1915 and subsequently it became a typical wheatbelt town servicing the surrounding area and providing the necessary grain handling and rail facilities to allow farmers fast access to Thevenard and Port Lincoln.

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Minnipa - Culture and History

Minnipa
A small wheatbelt town
Minnipa is a small wheatbelt town which is located 601 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways and 295 km from Port Augusta. The area around the town was first settled in 1878 but it wasn't until the arrival of the railway line in 1913 that any kind of township developed. The town was proclaimed in 1915 and subsequently it became a typical wheatbelt town servicing the surrounding area and providing the necessary grain handling and rail facilities to allow farmers fast access to Thevenard and Port Lincoln.

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Lock - Fast Facts

Lock
Typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Lock, which lies in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula, is located 300 km southwest of Port Augusta and 606 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways. It is a typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town operating as a service centre for the surrounding cereal and sheep farmers and offering very little of real interest to the passing traveller.

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Lock - Eat

Lock
Typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Lock, which lies in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula, is located 300 km southwest of Port Augusta and 606 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways. It is a typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town operating as a service centre for the surrounding cereal and sheep farmers and offering very little of real interest to the passing traveller.

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Lock - Sleep

Lock
Typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Lock, which lies in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula, is located 300 km southwest of Port Augusta and 606 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways. It is a typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town operating as a service centre for the surrounding cereal and sheep farmers and offering very little of real interest to the passing traveller.

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Lock - Places to See

Lock
Typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Lock, which lies in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula, is located 300 km southwest of Port Augusta and 606 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways. It is a typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town operating as a service centre for the surrounding cereal and sheep farmers and offering very little of real interest to the passing traveller.

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Lock - Culture and History

Lock
Typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town
Lock, which lies in the centre of the Eyre Peninsula, is located 300 km southwest of Port Augusta and 606 km northwest of Adelaide via the Princes and Eyre Highways. It is a typical Eyre Peninsula wheatbelt town operating as a service centre for the surrounding cereal and sheep farmers and offering very little of real interest to the passing traveller.

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