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Echunga

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Echunga is a small town in the Adelaide Hills located 34 km south-east of Adelaide in South Australia. [1]

36 relations: Aldgate, South Australia, Alfred von Doussa, Bugle Ranges, South Australia, Charles Hervey Bagot, City of Happy Valley, County of Hindmarsh, District Council of Mount Barker, Division of Mayo, Edward Meade Bagot, Electoral district of Heysen, Flaxley, South Australia, Hahndorf, South Australia, Hills Football League, Horwood Bagshaw Ltd., Hundred of Kuitpo, Jacob Hagen, Jacob Pitman, John Barton Hack, Jupiter Creek, South Australia, List of Australian bushfire seasons, List of Australian place names of Aboriginal origin, List of towns in the Adelaide Hills, Meadows, South Australia, Mount Barker Road, Mount Barker, South Australia, Mount Lofty Ranges, Onkaparinga Valley Road, Strathalbyn Road, Strathalbyn–Goolwa Road, The Southern Argus, Theodore Hack, Walter Duffield, William Lowrie, Wilton Hack, 2006–07 Australian bushfire season, 2013 Tour Down Under.

Aldgate, South Australia

Aldgate is a South Australian town and suburb of Adelaide, located 21 kilometres south-east from the Adelaide city centre, in the Adelaide Hills.

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Alfred von Doussa

Heinrich Albert Alfred von Doussa (27 April 1848 – 1 August 1926) was an Australian businessman and politician.

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Bugle Ranges, South Australia

Bugle Ranges is a locality on the Adelaide Hills of South Australia.

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Charles Hervey Bagot

Charles Hervey Bagot (17 April 1788 – 29 July 1880), often referred to as "Captain Bagot", was an Irish-born South Australian pastoralist, mine owner and parliamentarian, and was the ancestor of a number of notable South Australian citizens.

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City of Happy Valley

The City of Happy Valley, formerly the District Council of Meadows, was a local government area in South Australia from 1935 until 1997.

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County of Hindmarsh

The County of Hindmarsh is one of the 49 counties of South Australia.

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District Council of Mount Barker

The Mount Barker District Council is a local government area centred on the town of Mount Barker just outside the Adelaide metropolitan area in South Australia.

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Division of Mayo

The Division of Mayo is an Australian electoral division located to the east and south of Adelaide, South Australia.

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Edward Meade Bagot

Edward Meade (also spelled "Mead") "Ned" Bagot (13 December 1822 – 28 July 1886), was a pastoralist and developer who held large properties in Central Australia.

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Electoral district of Heysen

Heysen is a single-member electoral district for the South Australian House of Assembly.

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Flaxley, South Australia

Flaxley is a small settlement in the Adelaide Hills located 39 km south-east of the centre of the city of Adelaide in South Australia.

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Hahndorf, South Australia

Hahndorf is a small town in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia.

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Hills Football League

The Hills Football League (HFL) is an Australian rules football league, situated in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia, to the south east of the state capital Adelaide.

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Horwood Bagshaw Ltd.

Horwood Bagshaw Ltd.

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Hundred of Kuitpo

The Hundred of Kuitpo is a cadastral unit of hundred in the Adelaide Hills.

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Jacob Hagen

Jacob Hagen (29 January 1809 – 24 January 1870) was a businessman involved in many business ventures in the colony of South Australia.

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Jacob Pitman

Jacob Pitman (28 November 1810 – 12 March 1890) was an architect, builder and educator in the colonies of South Australia and New South Wales.

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John Barton Hack

John Barton Hack (2 July 1805 – 4 October 1884) was an early settler in South Australia; a prominent farmer, businessman and public figure.

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Jupiter Creek, South Australia

Jupiter Creek (postcode 5153) is a semi-rural suburb of Adelaide, South Australia.

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List of Australian bushfire seasons

This is a list of specific seasons of bushfires in Australia including some significant bushfire events from each season.

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List of Australian place names of Aboriginal origin

Place names in Australia have names originating in the Australian Aboriginal languages for three main reasons.

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List of towns in the Adelaide Hills

The following towns exist in the Adelaide Hills (major towns are shown in bold).

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Meadows, South Australia

Meadows is a town in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia.

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Mount Barker Road

Mount Barker Road was once the main road from Adelaide through the Adelaide Hills to Mount Barker on the eastern slopes of the Mount Lofty Ranges.

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Mount Barker, South Australia

Mount Barker is a town in South Australia.

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Mount Lofty Ranges

The Mount Lofty Ranges are the range of mountains just to the east of Adelaide in the Australian state of South Australia.

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Onkaparinga Valley Road

Onkaparinga Valley Road is a South Australian secondary road, connecting the towns of Birdwood, Woodside, Balhannah, Hahndorf and Meadows in the Adelaide Hills with Willunga in the southern Adelaide metropolitan area.

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Strathalbyn Road

Strathalbyn Road is a South Australian road connecting the towns of Aldgate, Mylor, Echunga, Macclesfield and Strathalbyn.

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Strathalbyn–Goolwa Road

Strathalbyn–Goolwa Road is a South Australian secondary road, connecting the towns of Strathalbyn and Goolwa to the towns of Middleton, Port Elliot, Victor Harbor on the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula with Delamere on the west side of the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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The Southern Argus

The Southern Argus is a newspaper first published from March 1866 in Port Elliot, and then in Strathalbyn from 1868 to the present.

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Theodore Hack

Theodore Hack (17 November 1840 – 27 December 1902) was a South Australian politician.

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Walter Duffield

Walter Duffield (1816 – 5 November 1882) was a pastoralist and politician in colonial South Australia, Treasurer of South Australia 1865 to 1867.

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William Lowrie

William Lowrie (18 October 1857 – 20 July 1933)Alan W. Black, '', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 10, Melbourne University Press, 1986, pp 160-161.

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Wilton Hack

Wilton Hack (21 May 1843 – 27 February 1923) was an Australian artist, traveller, pastor, lecturer and utopist with interests in Theosophy and Eastern cultures.

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2006–07 Australian bushfire season

The 2006–07 Australian bushfire season was one of the most extensive bushfire seasons in Australia's history.

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2013 Tour Down Under

The 2013 Santos Tour Down Under was the 15th edition of the Tour Down Under stage race.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Echunga

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