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Main street, Clarendon. One of the first bikes in the area and the blacksmith who built it.

Criminals and Clergy

Join a walking tour of Clarendon, once the centre of criminal justice in the southern Mount Lofty Ranges until 1960, and a place that had more churches than houses. View heritage buildings such as the police station, courthouse and museum, and hear colourful stories over Devonshire tea. Bookings essential.

Presented by Onkaparinga Libraries

When

Sat 1 May, 10am-12pm

Where

Clarendon Historical Museum, 57 Grants Gully Rd, Clarendon

Price

Per Person: $5.00

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Contact

Cyprian Maynard, 8384 0100, Cyprian.Maynard@onkaparinga.sa.gov.au

Info

Bookings Essential Wheelchair Access Toilets

Bookings essential
The route involves hilly streets so access may be impaired for wheelchairs in some parts of the tour, but access to the museum and for motorized scooters is good.

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https://www.onkaparingacity.com/Around-me/Libraries

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