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Well worth a visit. We camped in the camping area about 1km from the ruins. We didn't want to walk back from the camp ground so we drove around looking at the ruins with our van on the back!! Plenty of room to explore even...More
What an amazing place!! Farina is in what appears to be the middle of nowhere and yet it is a busy little place that is totally manned by volunteers when are trying to reclaim buildings from the past. There is so much passion and insightful...More
Only open for 12 weeks in the year (4 so far) this place comes back to life. Its all been restored but the main attraction is the bakery underground oven! Farina is located about 50 minutes drive from Leigh Creek on a dirt track but...More
I have my Grandmothers Diary, which tells me of her visits to Farina, to have a baby, or get supplies, with my grandfather n their waggonette.
She talks of names of people and places she stayed at in Farina. Am very keen to trace my...More
Farina is an evolving restoration being undertaken by a large group of wonderfully dedicated volunteers!! The underground Bakery is only open for 2 months, but not to be missed! The town is of great historical significance and a very interesting walk back in time! Very...More
Great camping spot between Leigh Creek and Maree. A heritage railway town and railhead for pastoral properties and mines. There has been refurbishment of many old buildings and an informative railway precinct. Bush camping with available showers and toilets along a creek.
We stopped in here as my husbands family grew up here. It's wonderful to see the restoration of a part of South Australia's history. The war memorial is respectful and charming. The camp grounds comfortable and the bakery provides delicious delights. It felt good to...More
I have been past Farina on a couple of occasions but each time it was not open or we were to early. Having stayed at Lyndhurst the night before and being told that the Farina Bakery would be open it was an easy choice to...More