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Anlaby Station
Kapunda
Anlaby is one of Australia's great homesteads and one of the first grand rural properties of South Australia. Settled in 1839 by Frederick Dutton, it reached its heyday in the Edwardian era when it also hosted the Prince of Wales.
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Bungaree Station
Clare
In its heyday, Bungaree was like a small village with its beautiful sandstone Woolshed, Shearers Quarters, Stable Yard, Station Store, Managers House, staff cottages and even the District Council Chambers and a Church.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Parks and Gardens;
Clare Valley Model Engineers
Clare
The Clare Valley Model Engineers have a railway with over one kilometre of track that features several bridges and a tunnel in a 10 hectare park. The park includes a large lake, playground, a BMX bike track and walking paths.
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Inchiquin Lake
Clare
Inchiquin Lake is Clare's main storm water storage facility, an ideal spot for a picnic with open space recreation area, walking trails, BMX track, play equipment, fishing, extensive lawns and trees.
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Mintaro Maze and Gift Shop
Mintaro
Come and lose yourself in a unique experience of a living hedge maze, consisting of over 800 conifers, featuring fountains, twists and turns to trick even the most committed explorer, have loads of fun with our range of giant sized games featuring local Mintaro slate. A truely water-wise garden, the maze hasn't been watered since the year 2000.
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