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Parilla, South Australia

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Parilla is named after an Aboriginal word meaning ‘cold place’. It was surveyed in 1904 and proclaimed a town in 1907 but, like Lameroo and Pinnaroo, it came to life in 1906 with the arrival of the railway.

This Mallee area has both traditional and newer crops including potatoes, carrots, onions and olives.

Parilla is a great spot to take a break from travelling at the well appointed rest area. There is a children’s playground nearby and also a hotel and general store for something to eat and drink.

A short walk to view the wall mural is a must.

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