Living in Wudinna, SA
Wudinna is a town in South Australia. The area was first settled by Europeans in 1861 when Robert George Standley lodged a claim for 10 square miles of land surrounding Weedna Hill. It was proclaimed a town in 1916. It is on the Eyre Highway across the top of Eyre Peninsula.
Living in regional Australia gives you access to a wealth of community services, such as hospitals, libraries, bars and eateries.
Data source: Department of Health Commonwealth declared hospitals , Australia Post. Google 
Amenities within 50km of Wudinna
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Property for Sale in Wudinna
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Data source: ABS [2016, 2017, 2020]
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Number of Institutions
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Schools And Universities in Wudinna
Education within 25KM of Wudinna
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