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Glossop is a small Riverland town in South Australia
Glossop is located 231km NE of Adelaide with a population of approximately 200.
A scenic drive west of Berri, past roadside fruit sellers and the enormous Berri Estates Winery (stop for tastings) leads to Glossop, a small town with a strong sense of community.
The town was named after Vice Admiral J.C. Glossop, Commander of HMAS Sydney that sank the German raider Emden during World War I.
An anchor situated out the front of the motel is a memorial to this commander.
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