Yankalilla - Fast Facts

Yankalilla (including Normanville)
Quiet, low key service centre in a sheep and cattle area.
Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, the departure point for one of the main ferries across to Kangaroo Island.

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Yankalilla - Culture and History

Yankalilla (including Normanville)
Quiet, low key service centre in a sheep and cattle area.
Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, the departure point for one of the main ferries across to Kangaroo Island.

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Yankalilla - Places to See

Yankalilla (including Normanville)
Quiet, low key service centre in a sheep and cattle area.
Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, the departure point for one of the main ferries across to Kangaroo Island.

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Yankalilla - Sleep

Yankalilla (including Normanville)
Quiet, low key service centre in a sheep and cattle area.
Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, the departure point for one of the main ferries across to Kangaroo Island.

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Yankalilla - Eat

Yankalilla (including Normanville)
Quiet, low key service centre in a sheep and cattle area.
Located 72 km south of Adelaide and 35 km west of Victor Harbour, Yankalilla is a small, attractive town which nestles into the surrounding hills. It is located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis, the departure point for one of the main ferries across to Kangaroo Island.

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Mylor - Fast Facts

Mylor
Home to the famous Warrawong Sanctuary
Located only 27 km from the centre of Adelaide (take the Longwood Road through Stirling and keep heading south), Mylor was surveyed in 1885. The plan was to break the area up into 20 acre blocks to be farmed under a bizarre scheme by a South Australian politician, G. W. Cotton. The plan was to provide the land to white collar workers who had settled on the orchards in the area. The idea was that they would work these 'waste lands' on their weekends. It was a kind of early version of the phenomenon of city people working small holdings.

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Mylor - Eat

Mylor
Home to the famous Warrawong Sanctuary
Located only 27 km from the centre of Adelaide (take the Longwood Road through Stirling and keep heading south), Mylor was surveyed in 1885. The plan was to break the area up into 20 acre blocks to be farmed under a bizarre scheme by a South Australian politician, G. W. Cotton. The plan was to provide the land to white collar workers who had settled on the orchards in the area. The idea was that they would work these 'waste lands' on their weekends. It was a kind of early version of the phenomenon of city people working small holdings.

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Mylor - Sleep

Mylor
Home to the famous Warrawong Sanctuary
Located only 27 km from the centre of Adelaide (take the Longwood Road through Stirling and keep heading south), Mylor was surveyed in 1885. The plan was to break the area up into 20 acre blocks to be farmed under a bizarre scheme by a South Australian politician, G. W. Cotton. The plan was to provide the land to white collar workers who had settled on the orchards in the area. The idea was that they would work these 'waste lands' on their weekends. It was a kind of early version of the phenomenon of city people working small holdings.

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