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Lameroo, South Australia
Lameroo, proclaimed in 1884, is the main service centre for the surrounding farming area. However, it wasn’t until 1906 and the arrival of the railway that the town really took off.
Dolly’s Golden Rain Tree Crafts and Heritage is the place to gain an insight into the history of the town and surrounding area with a browse around the interesting displays in the museum. The craft shop, in the same complex, is a favourite spot too and visitors can browse for handmade gifts or sample a delicious Devonshire Tea. There is also a Visitor Information Centre in the building.
Today Lameroo welcomes visitors with lush lawned picnic areas and a children’s playground on the main street. At picturesque Lake Roberts, on the eastern approach to the town, there are alternative picnic areas and the newly opened and well appointed caravan park.
A short but interesting historical trail runs along the railway line behind the Council offices and playground and other longer walking trails start and finish at the craft shop and museum complex. Or take one of the 4 local heritage walks.
The local bakery, café and delis provide welcome refreshments for travellers.
There is an 18 hole golf course open to the public and, in summer, a dip in the local swimming pool is very refreshing.
Baan Hill picnic area is within a short drive of the town.
The Mallee District National Parks and Wildlife SA office is located in the centre of Lameroo’s main street and has information on the various conservation parks, camping grounds and walking trails in the area as well as the Border Track.
Dolly’s Golden Rain Tree Crafts and Heritage houses the museum – a great place to learn about the history of the town and its surrounding areas with the outback dunny exhibit a must see! Then be sure to browse for hand made gifts in the craft shop and, perhaps, sample the delicious home-made scones.
Ngarkat Group of Conservation Parks – features 270,000 hectares of unspoilt natural habitat and is home to 2WD accessible picnic sites and walking trails, 4WD tracks and an abundance of native wildlife. Visit, or phone, the National Parks office at Lameroo for information.
The town boasts a new and well appointed caravan park situated on the Mallee Highway on the eastern edge of town and a 16 room motel complex adjacent to the Lameroo Community Hotel in the main street.
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