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Meadows is a town in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. It boasts several historic buildings, craft shops, a winery and bakery. Every year, the town hosts the Meadows Country Fair and Meadows Easter Fair. At the 2011 census, Meadows had a population of 1225.
The land incorporating Meadows was part of the Seventh Special Survey undertaken by Charles Flaxman on 31 January 1839.
The 5000 hectare Kuitpo Forest, known for bushwalking, cycling, and horse riding, lies to the south, west and north of Meadows. The nearby Prospect Hill Museum tells the story of the regional dairy industry and includes a re-created milk room.
(extracted mainly from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Visit the Meadows Community Association website - which gives details of the history, news and events, community, services, gallery, links and contacts for Meadows.
Also, for further information, refer to the Battunga Country Web Page