Balaklava

  • Only an hour north of Adelaide and 25 kilometres west of Port Wakefield, Balaklava is famous for its race course and is home to the over 100 year old Balaklava Cup held every August or September which is the largest country race in South Australia. Balaklava is one of the main agricultural townships in this area, with the state rail network connecting grain silos from Balaklava, Owen, Nantawarra, and Long Plains to Adelaide. Balaklava is based around the beautiful River Wakefield and offers many lovely old buildings. A little south east of town is The Rocks Reserve, a unique formation

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