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Wellington intro. West of the Great Dividing Range and set at the mouth of the Murray River, several dozen homes dotted along the river banks constitute the tiny settlement of Wellington, South Australia. Although small, the town is the historic location of the original ferry crossing of the wide, shallow river as it reached the ocean. Of the few buildings in town, a number are of historic interest, including several Wellington hotels. Well worth seeing are the Courthouse, now a National Trust structure dating from 1864, the ruined East Wellington Hotel, the present-day Wellington Hotel and the Poltalloch Homestead, an impressive Victorian mansion with stables, a coach house, woolsheds and barns. The beaches around the river mouth are pristine and mainly deserted, and the interior bordering the mountains holds some of the most spectacular scenery in the region. Set just over 100kms to the southeast of Adelaide, with its international airport, the area has a long aboriginal history and makes for an interesting, if brief, stopover.
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