Alma Destination Guide
Delve into Alma in Australia!
Alma in the region of South Australia is a place located in Australia - some 599 mi (or 965 km) West of Canberra, the country's capital.
Local time in Alma is now 06:55 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Australia / Adelaide" with an UTC offset of 10.5 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Woods, Tarlee, Stockport, Salters Springs, Riverton or Adelaide. While being here, you might want to check out Stockyard Creek, Humphreys Springs and Alma as well. We discovered some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Willunga Hill 'Queen' stage at the 2012 ...
Share the atmosphere of the Willunga Hill 'Queen' stage at the 2012 Santos Tour Down Under, Kiwi Style
New Dark Shadows Character Banner's
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The Masonic Neighbourhood
The video was shot on the 11/10/2008 I decided to show some of the masonic structures around my neighbourhood. 1.The all seeing-eye at woolworths. Woolworths is the biggest supermarket retailer in Aus...
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Upcomming Local Events
A brief summary of interesting events comming up in Alma during the next days.
Stockport Observatory Star Party
Beginning: 08:30 pm (20:30).
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Interesting facts about this location
Division of Wakefield
The Division of Wakefield is an Australian Electoral Division in the state of South Australia. It is located north of Adelaide, incorporating the outer northern suburbs of Salisbury and Elizabeth, and extending north as far as Clare. It covers the east coast of the Gulf St Vincent north of Adelaide, all the way to Port Wakefield. It also includes the towns of Balaklava, Tarlee, Kapunda and Gawler.
Located at -34.27, 138.63 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 2 mi away.
Hamley Bridge, South Australia
Hamley Bridge is a community in South Australia located at the junction of the Gilbert and Light rivers, as well as the site of a former railway junction. Named by the government of the day, in honour of the Acting Governor of South Australia Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Gilbert Hamley, whose wife, Lady Edith Hamley laid the foundation stone of the River Light Railway Bridge on 25 July 1868.
Giles Corner, South Australia
Giles Corner (formerly Giles' Corner) (Postcode 5411) is the name of the intersection of Main North Road and the Barrier Highway, halfway between the towns of Tarlee and Rhynie. The Barrier Highway branches off from Main North Road at this location, heading north towards Riverton, Burra and eventually Broken Hill. Main North Road continues in a northerly direction, on to the towns of Rhynie, Auburn and Clare.
Owen, South Australia
Owen (postcode 5460) is a rural community in the heart of the Adelaide Plains. Owen is 150 feet above sea-level and receives a reliable 416 mm (about 16.5 inches) of rain annually and was first settled in about 1865. It is about 80 km north of Adelaide in South Australia and is approximately 30 minutes by road to the nearest main regional centre of Gawler. It is in the Wakefield Regional Council. At the 2011 census, Owen had a population of 272.
Riverton, South Australia
Riverton is a small town of distinctive character and interest to travellers in the Mid North of South Australia, in the Gilbert Valley. It is situated on the Gilbert River, from which the town derives its name. At the 2006 census, Riverton had a population of 723. Riverton was first settled in 1856, as a settlement along the bullock track from the mining town of Burra to the capital city Adelaide.
Located at -34.27, 138.63 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 10 mi away.
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