Australian Towns & Cities
South Australia: Angaston
Incorporating photos and Information from Michael Greenslade's former Australian Towns, Cities and Highways site

Angaston, the third largest Barossa Valley town, lies at the foothills of the Barossa Range.

The town, unlike much of the Barossa Valley had British heritage as it was settled on land occupied by George Fife Angas who set up the town to attract English and German immigrants. The town itself is excellent - the meandering main street has many fine historic buildings standing, shady parklands abutting Angaston Creek and set against a series of rolling hills. In the area are several wineries with most open daily for wine tasting as well as scenic Menglers Hill nearby (5km south).


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NEW Murray Street:
Heading south-east into Angaston on Murray Street (B10) with the town park on the left, January 2004.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Murray Street:
Heading west along Murray Street from Tyne Street, Angaston, January 2004.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Murray Street:
Looking east along Murray Street from Tyne Street, Angaston, January 2004.

Image © Michael Greenslade

NEW Murray Street:
Looking west along Murray Street again, this time from Middle Street, Angaston, January 2004.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Angaston Town Centre
Murray St (B10) as it passes through the Angaston town centre, October 2012.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Angaston Town Centre:
Heading west along Murray Street (B10) from Tyne Street, Angaston, October 2012.

Image © Michael Greenslade

Angaston Town Centre:
Murray St (B10), near Shemmeld Ln and Tyne St in Angaston, October 2012.

Image © Michael Greenslade

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