Ki Ki, South Australia

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Ki Ki
South Australia
KI KI railway.jpg
Sign at the former railway station
Ki Ki is located in South Australia
Ki Ki
Ki Ki
Coordinates 35°34′41″S 139°47′49″E / 35.57806°S 139.79694°E / -35.57806; 139.79694Coordinates: 35°34′41″S 139°47′49″E / 35.57806°S 139.79694°E / -35.57806; 139.79694
Population 193 (2006 census Census)[1]
Postcode(s) 5261
Location 150 km (93 mi) southeast of Adelaide
LGA(s) The Coorong District Council
State electorate(s) MacKillop
Federal Division(s) Barker
Localities around Ki Ki:
Coomandook, Cooke Plains Yumali, Sherlock Peake
Malinong & Meningie Ki Ki Geranium, Parrakie, Lameroo
Coonalpyn, Culburra, Tintinara

Ki Ki (post code 5261) is a small village on the Dukes Highway (A8), the main link between Adelaide and Melbourne in South Australia. It has a small post office, parking bay, town hall, engineering business "Ki Ki Engineering" and is surrounded by large pastoral properties. At the 2006 census, Ki Ki had a population of 193.[1]

The Congregational Church was built in 1910 and closed in 1969.

Australian Rules Footballer Martin Mattner grew up in the town. Ki Ki has also been mentioned on the official AFL website because of him.

Sporting club[edit]

Ki Ki has an active tennis club, which belongs to the Border-Downs Tennis Association.

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). "Ki Ki (State Suburb)". 2006 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 9 August 2011.