• Lyndhurst is the setting off point for travellers going north-east to Innamincka on the Strzelecki Track or north to Oodnadatta and Birdsville via Marree. Five kilometres north of Lyndhurst, you'll find spectacular red, brown and white ochre cliffs used for thousands of years by Aboriginal people trading ochre with other groups. Further north are the Farina Ruins, all that remains of the once thriving township of Farina. So sure of the areas grain growing potential, the town was named after the Latin word for flour, but unfortunately the potential was overestimated. Today there is a self-guided walk around the ruins

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