Wudinna

Warramboo Taking its name from the Nauo Indigenous people, Warramboo means ‘a lake/place of water’, referring to the prevalence of samphire swamps in the region. Apart from silos and a few historic buildings, Warramboo is the northwestern terminus of the wheat haulage lines from Port Lincoln. Yaninee Once a thriving community for local farmers early last century, and later a gypsum mine, Yaninee is now a quiet township with a church and sports ground. Picnic Spots Wudinna Apex Park 2-8 Naylor Terrace, Wudinna (immediately adjacent to the swimming pool) Free gas BBQs, picnic facilities, public toilets, exercise equipment, shaded playground facilities, pump track, splash pad and shaded jumping pillow. Wudinna Lions Information Bay Eyre Highway, Wudinna Shelter, picnic facilities and local information. Mt Wudinna Recreational Reserve 10 km northeast of Wudinna At the base of Mt Wudinna, you’ll find several picnic sites, public toilets, an architecturally designed shelter with free gas BBQ, and walking trails around the rock. Polda Rock Reservoir 8 km northeast of Wudinna Free gas BBQs, shelter, picnic facilities, public toilets and a walking trail around the rock and to Little Mt Wudinna. Try your hand at catching yabbies in the dam. Minnipa Apex Information Bay Eyre Highway, Minnipa Home to the infamous ‘Concrete Crappa’. Electric coin-operated BBQs, picnic facilities, local information. An ideal rest stop at Minnipa. Camping also permitted. Pildappa Rock 15 km north of Minnipa Free gas BBQs, shelter, picnic facilities, public toilets, walking trail around the rock. Tcharkuldu Hill 4 km northeast of Minnipa Extensive bush camping ground and popular picnic spot. Free gas BBQ. Picnic at Mount Wudinna wudinna.sa.gov.au 9

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