GENTLE TOUR... Roy Goodes and his gentle steed Gerry, took people on a slow tour around Curramulka during the Back to Curramulka event. Pictured, keen riders Claudia Agnew, Margaret Payne, Daph Short, with members of the Curramulka Cultural Heritage Group Margaret Litster and Patsy McBurney in the back seat. GENTLE TOUR... Roy Goodes and his gentle steed Gerry, took people on a slow tour around Curramulka during the Back to Curramulka event. Pictured, keen riders Claudia Agnew, Margaret Payne, Daph Short, with members of the Curramulka Cultural Heritage Group Margaret Litster and Patsy McBurney in the back seat.

Celebrating 140 years of history at Curramulka

THE 140th anniversary of Curramulka’s founding was celebrated on Saturday and Sunday, October 6-7.

The town’s first allotments were sold on October 10, 1878, and this year’s Back to Curra­mulka event celebrated the occasion.

Organised by the Curramulka Cultural Heritage Group, the event attracted a large crowd of local and former residents, such are the ties that make this settlement unique.

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