Padthaway - Places to See

Padthaway
Tiny village with a beautiful historic homestead
Located 291 km south-east of Adelaide, Padthaway is really little more than a few houses surrounded by Hardy's Padthaway Vineyards which stretch from the hills across the valley.

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Padthaway - Eat

Padthaway
Tiny village with a beautiful historic homestead
Located 291 km south-east of Adelaide, Padthaway is really little more than a few houses surrounded by Hardy's Padthaway Vineyards which stretch from the hills across the valley.

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Padthaway - Sleep

Padthaway
Tiny village with a beautiful historic homestead
Located 291 km south-east of Adelaide, Padthaway is really little more than a few houses surrounded by Hardy's Padthaway Vineyards which stretch from the hills across the valley.

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Naracoorte - Fast Facts

Naracoorte
Major rural centre midway between Bordertown and Mount Gambier
Naracoorte is a large (population in excess of 5,000) country town some 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 63 metres above sea level. Like so many Australian towns the correct spelling (it is derived from an Aboriginal word) has ranged from Gnanga-kurt to Nanna-coorta, Narcoot, Nancoota, Narricourt, Narcoota, Narracoorte and Naracoorte. There is a similar problem with the meaning of the word. Some sources insist it means 'place of running water' but equally reliable sources claim it means 'large waterhole' and even referred to a specific waterhole in the area.

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Naracoorte - Places to See

Naracoorte
Major rural centre midway between Bordertown and Mount Gambier
Naracoorte is a large (population in excess of 5,000) country town some 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 63 metres above sea level. Like so many Australian towns the correct spelling (it is derived from an Aboriginal word) has ranged from Gnanga-kurt to Nanna-coorta, Narcoot, Nancoota, Narricourt, Narcoota, Narracoorte and Naracoorte. There is a similar problem with the meaning of the word. Some sources insist it means 'place of running water' but equally reliable sources claim it means 'large waterhole' and even referred to a specific waterhole in the area.

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Naracoorte - Eat

Naracoorte
Major rural centre midway between Bordertown and Mount Gambier
Naracoorte is a large (population in excess of 5,000) country town some 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 63 metres above sea level. Like so many Australian towns the correct spelling (it is derived from an Aboriginal word) has ranged from Gnanga-kurt to Nanna-coorta, Narcoot, Nancoota, Narricourt, Narcoota, Narracoorte and Naracoorte. There is a similar problem with the meaning of the word. Some sources insist it means 'place of running water' but equally reliable sources claim it means 'large waterhole' and even referred to a specific waterhole in the area.

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Naracoorte - Sleep

Naracoorte
Major rural centre midway between Bordertown and Mount Gambier
Naracoorte is a large (population in excess of 5,000) country town some 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 63 metres above sea level. Like so many Australian towns the correct spelling (it is derived from an Aboriginal word) has ranged from Gnanga-kurt to Nanna-coorta, Narcoot, Nancoota, Narricourt, Narcoota, Narracoorte and Naracoorte. There is a similar problem with the meaning of the word. Some sources insist it means 'place of running water' but equally reliable sources claim it means 'large waterhole' and even referred to a specific waterhole in the area.

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The Coorong - Fast Facts

Coorong, The (including Policemans Point, Salt Creek and Woods Well)
A beautiful National Park along a narrow 145 km spit of sand.
The Coorong, a narrow neck of sand dunes stretching 145 km along the south-east coast of South Australia, is part of the Australian consciousness largely because it was the location for the children's book (and later film), Storm Boy by Colin Thiele.

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