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Explore Keith

Explore Keith

Keith Canola

Keith, recognised as the Gateway to the South East and Limestone Coast, was proclaimed in 1889 with agriculture as its base. Keith is also recognised as the "lucerne capital of Australia" with its distinctive purple paddocks.

In the early days, a railway siding was established on the Adelaide line near Mt Monster to serve the pastoral leases that had been taken up in the surrounding district during the 1850's. The Keith district typifies "real Australian countryside". Today the township services a diverse agricultural area.

Visitor information is available at the Gateway to the South East and Limestone Coast Information Bay and the BP Service Station at the Dukes and Riddoch Highway junction.

FIND OUR TOURISM HOTSPOTS

Keith Institute

A: Heritage Street, KEITH

Don Moseley Park

A: Memorial Avenue, KEITH

Photo courtesy of Flying Ant GIS.  

Keith attractions

1910 Church

1910 Church
Heritage Street, KeithSA5267

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AMP Memorial, Wiles Hut & Landrover on a Pole

AMP Memorial, Wiles Hut & Landrover on a Pole
Dukes Highway, KeithSA5267

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Andy Caldecott Memorial

Andy Caldecott Memorial
Opposite Don Moseley Park, KeithSA5267

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Circlework Water Feature

Circlework Water Feature
Soldiers Memorial Park - Heritage Street, KeithSA5267

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Don Moseley Park (Tourism Hotspot)

Don Moseley Park (Tourism Hotspot)
Heritage Street, KeithSA5267

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Early Settlers Cottage

Early Settlers Cottage
Emu Flat Road, KeithSA5267

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Keith Golf Club

Keith Golf Club
Emu Flat Road, KeithSA5267

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Keith Institute (Tourism Hotspot)

Keith Institute (Tourism Hotspot)
Heritage Street, KeithSA5267

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Keith Skate & BMX Park

Keith Skate & BMX Park
Dukes Highway, KeithSA5267

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Keith Swimming Pool

Keith Swimming Pool
Naracoorte Road, KeithSA5267

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Mt Monster Conservation Park

Mt Monster Conservation Park
Mt Monster Road / Range Road, KeithSA5267

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Ngarkat Conservation Park

Ngarkat Conservation Park
Bordertown Pinnaroo Road, KeithSA5267

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Find our
wifi hotspots

Tatiara District Council

43 Woolshed Street

Bordertown SA 5268


T: (08) 8752 1044

E: office@tatiara.sa.gov.au

Wifi Location: Front foyer

Morning Loaf Bakery

81 North Terrace

Bordertown SA 5268

Wifi location: Front foyer


Tolmer Park

North Terrace

Bordertown SA 5268

Wifi location: Park

Keith Institute

Heritage Street

Keith SA 5267

Wifi location: Park


Don Moseley Park

Memorial Avenue

Keith SA 5267

Wifi location: Park

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