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Callington is a small town in the Adelaide Hills, in South Australia. Callington is situated on the Bremer River, and is adjacent to the South Eastern Freeway. Callington was established in 1847 with a population of 408 at the time of the 2011 census.
Callington was formed after the discovery of copper in the area in 1850. It was named after the copper mining town Callington in Cornwall, UK. A short history of Callington can be found at SA History - Callington.
(Modified extract from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
List of Callington Tagged Pages
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