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Farming Settlements

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The farming settlements that link the Mount Lofty Ranges with the Murray River are home to sleepy quaint villages with stunning scenery, and usually a pub!

Significant dry stone walls near Sedan were built by early German settlers in the 1800s.

Significant dry stone walls near Sedan were built by early German settlers in the 1800s.

Copper was discovered by Cornish miners in this area in 1845 and a number of mines were established

Copper was discovered by Cornish miners in this area in 1845 and a number of mines were established

Cambrai, originally named Rhine Villa, was one of many Australian towns renamed during World War I to remove any connection with German place names

Cambrai, originally named Rhine Villa, was one of many Australian towns renamed during World War I to remove any connection with German place names


Farming Settlements

Farming Settlement Towns


Essential Experiences

Visit Australia’s Largest Open Range Zoo - Monarto Zoological Park

Check out the granite and rock formations just out of Palmer and see if you can spot the polar bear!

Enjoy a true country pub experience at one of the many historic hotels

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Stay in the Foothills

Farming Settlement towns are home to a range of B&Bs and comfy pub style accommodation.

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