Annadale, South Australia

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South Australia
Annadale is located in South Australia
Coordinates 34°23′S 139°21′E / 34.39°S 139.35°E / -34.39; 139.35Coordinates: 34°23′S 139°21′E / 34.39°S 139.35°E / -34.39; 139.35
Postcode(s) 5356
LGA(s) Mid Murray Council
State electorate(s) Stuart
Federal Division(s) Barker
Localities around Annadale:
Truro Annadale Blanchetown
Sedan Sandleton

Annadale is a locality in South Australia. It is located on the plains east of the Mount Lofty Ranges astride the Sturt Highway 110 kilometres (68 mi) from Adelaide, between Truro and Blanchetown, South Australia. Halfway House Road is a heavy vehicle detour route that runs south from the Sturt Highway at Annadale.[1] Annadale occupies the central part of the hundred of Anna.

Annadale was established as a private subdivision laid out by a farmer named Joseph W Vigar in 1881. Its name was adopted from a well in the area.[2]

Annadale is the site of the Truro Flat Airpark (ICAO: YTFA) owned by the Sport Aircraft Club of SA Inc.[3]


  1. ^ South Eastern Freeway Emergency Detour Plan Glen Osmond to Callington Interchange (Northern Route) (PDF) (Map). Government of South Australia Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. 5 October 2012. pp. 2, 7. Retrieved 1 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Placename Details: Annadale (LOCB)". Property Location Browser Report. Government of South Australia. 13 October 2009. SA0001586. Retrieved 1 September 2017.
  3. ^ "Truro Flat Airpark". Sport Aircraft Club of SA Inc. Retrieved 1 September 2017.
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