SPALDING


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Welcome to Spalding in the Mid North of South Australia.

Spalding is a friendly town, 178 km north of Adelaide. It is uniquely situated at the centre of a network of creeks and rivers, which meet to form the Broughton River.
 
The town is in the midst of a district renowned for cropping, sheep and cattle production. Spalding provides excellent sporting facilities, shopping, a primary school, three churches and historic buildings.

There are many things to interest the traveller:

  • Heritage listed Railway Bridge

  • Heysen and Mawson Trails

  • Excellent trout fishing along the Broughton River

  • Man made concrete water channel system, constructed at the end of the 19th century to take water to the Bundaleer Reservoir

    Browse though our website via the links at the top and learn more about Spalding.

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This website is maintained by the Spalding Community Management Committee, with initial funding from Working Towns. The Spalding Community Management Committee was formed in 1997, following the amalgamation of the local Spalding Council, to the Northern Areas Council. Elected members meet regularly and aim to keep Spalding alive and thinking. Contact: Geoff Matters Ph 08 88452023

The Spalding Management Committee would like to thank those people who supplied photographs and information for the web site. Special thanks to Kate Hollitt for her wonderful photos.

For additions, suggestions and corrections to this website
please click here to email.


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