Coobowie

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Coobowie
South Australia
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Hotel Coobowie
Coobowie is located in South Australia
Coobowie
Coobowie
Coordinates 35°02′0″S 137°43′0″E / 35.03333°S 137.71667°E / -35.03333; 137.71667Coordinates: 35°02′0″S 137°43′0″E / 35.03333°S 137.71667°E / -35.03333; 137.71667
Population 408 (2006)[1]
Established 1875[2]
Postcode(s) 5583[3]
Location
LGA(s) Yorke Peninsula Council
State electorate(s) Goyder
Federal Division(s) Grey
Mean max temp Mean min temp Annual rainfall
 ? ? 349.3 mm
13.8 in

Coobowie is a small town at the south-eastern tip of Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. Coobowie was proclaimed in 1875. Coobowie comes from an Aboriginal word meaning "wild fowl water".[2] At the 2006 census, Coobowie had a population of 408.[1] Coobowies current outlook is to create many new features, including a new visitor information pull in being built. "Blooms n Bakes" cafe was open at the end of 2012, providing people with healthier, or decadent food choices. The cafe also has a florist. Coobowie is an aging community, and because of this, there is a large real estate market currently, with very low prices.

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