24 Woodcock Street
Port Augusta SA 5700

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Port Augusta is known as the "Crossroads of Australia" and Gateway to the Flinders Ranges, the outback and Spencer Gulf. Once primarily a port, now a road traffic and railway junction city. Port Augusta is located 310 km north of Adelaide. It is known as the Crossroads because the Stuart Highway to the north heads to Alice Springs and Darwin. The Eyre Highway to the west heads to the Nullarbor and the Eyre Peninsula and the Princes Highway to the south heads to Adelaide.

Port Augusta is situated on the quiet waterways at the head of the Spencer Gulf, in close proximity to the spectacular Flinders Ranges. Off to the west and south-west lie a range of hills which once marked the territory of the Nukunu Aboriginal tribe, and to the north-west are two remarkable flat-topped mounts, peacefully lying underneath the sky's vast blue canopy. Port Augusta offers all the conveniences and facilities expected from a modern city.

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