History abounds in Eudunda. Streets built in the 1880s offer glimpses into the lives of local German and English migrants who settled the area from 1866 onwards after land was made available for purchase in the newly-proclaimed Hundred of Neales. Cropping, grazing, and animal breeding/husbandry, were the predominant trades before local industry emerged. On this special walking tour through Eudunda, discover our built heritage created by heavy manufacturing, agricultural practices, various trades – from butcher, baker, and undertaker, to blacksmith, doctor, and grocer – religious beliefs, and education. Every historical building has its own story.
Presented by Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery