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The Murraylands is a geographical region in South Australia; generally, the lower part of the Murray River basin, in South-Eastern South Australia.

The area stretches from Blanchetown; roughly 130 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, right down to Wellington, which is situated at the beginning of Lake Alexandrina.

The region focuses mainly on the main towns of Murray Bridge and Mannum and has a population of around 65,000.

In recent years, the Murraylands region has been plagued by an extensive drought, which has affected business and the economy of the region.[1]

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