Cadell, South Australia
Store and post office
|Population||460 (2006 census)|
|Location||192 km (119 mi) from Adelaide|
|LGA(s)||Mid Murray Council|
Cadell is a town situated near the north western edge of South Australia's Riverland on the inside of the large southward bend in the Murray River. The town is named after Captain Francis Cadell, a pioneer of steam-powered navigation on the Murray River. The town of Cadell was surveyed in 1919 and named in 1920. It is slightly upstream of the earlier failed village settlement of New Era, however what is now the Cadell Irrigation Area is the same as was previously the New Era irrigation area.
Cadell is a quiet rural township in the middle of a citrus and wine grape growing area. Most of the major services (medical, pharmacy, shopping, police, mechanical, etc.) are provided at nearby Waikerie. Limited services are also available at Morgan. Crossing of the Murray River is provided by a free government ferry service. It is also home to a low security prison for men, the Cadell Training Centre.
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- "Cadell, South Australia". Travelmate.com.au. Retrieved 2006-09-08.
- "Placename Details: Cadell Irrigation Area". Property Location Browser. Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. 28 July 2008. SA0011495. Retrieved 29 January 2015.
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- "Cadell Training Centre". Prison & Prisoner Management. Department of Justice Correctional Services and South Australian Government. 1997–1998. Retrieved 2006-09-08.
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