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The Wildongoleechie hotel is situated amidst Wool and Wheat country in South Australia's Mid-North. Built in 1868, this is a typical country pub offering accommodation and counter meals. The Hotel is situated close to the Heysen and Mawson...

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Lot 357 Richard St,
Hallett SA 5419
08 8894 2017
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Information on Hallett, SA 5419

Hallett is a small town located on teh Barrier Highway and the former Peterborough railway line, 32 kilometres north of Burra and 38 kilometres south-east of Jamestown.

The town of was named for pioneering pastoralist and politician John Hallett, and laid out on his property "Willogoleechee".

Once a railhead for the local farming community, the town today features a store, gallery and the friendly Wildongoleechee Pub.

The historic Cappeedee Homestead and Woolshed are local historical highlights

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