Flaxman Valley, South Australia

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Flaxman Valley
South Australia
Flaxman Valley is located in South Australia
Flaxman Valley
Flaxman Valley
Coordinates34°36′54″S 139°02′31″E / 34.615°S 139.042°E / -34.615; 139.042Coordinates: 34°36′54″S 139°02′31″E / 34.615°S 139.042°E / -34.615; 139.042
Postcode(s)5235
LGA(s)Barossa Council
State electorate(s)Schubert
Federal Division(s)Barker
Localities around Flaxman Valley:
Bethany Angaston Keyneton
Krondorf Flaxman Valley Eden Valley
Pewsey Vale Mount Crawford Springton
Footnotes[1]

Flaxman Valley is a locality on the eastern slopes of the Barossa Ranges in South Australia. The unbounded locality of Craneford was originally a private subdivision and is now also located in the Bounded Locality of Flaxman Valley.[2]

Flaxman Valley is in the Eden Valley wine region, partly in the High Eden subregion. It was named after Charles Flaxman, the chief clerk of George Fife Angas.

The Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park is in Flaxman Valley.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Placename Details: Flaxman Valley". Property Location Browser. Government of South Australia. 7 November 2011. SA0065528. Retrieved 22 January 2016.
  2. ^ "Placename Details: Craneford". Property Location Browser. Government of South Australia. 18 March 2010. SA0016789. Retrieved 4 February 2016.