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- proper n. One of the six states of Australia, located in the central southern part of the continent, with its capital at Adelaide.
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- n. a state in south central Australia
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Today South Australia accounts for just under half Australia's total wine grape production, and encompasses famous production areas such as McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Coonawarra,
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In South Australia the tone of public opinion in the early days was anti-Irish and anti-Catholic, and the growth of the Church was slow.
This amount of water is almost half Adelaide's current requirements, or nearly three quarters of the water South Australia currently draws from the Murray.
Hallam, Lord Tennyson, born 1852; Governor of South Australia 1899 to 1902; Governor-General of Australia, 1902 to 1904.
That even conduct of singular merit, performed in the crisis of action, was not sufficient to secure advancement, is illustrated by a striking fact in the life of Sir John Hindmarsh, the first Governor of South Australia (1836).