Kimba

Kimba lies one and a half hours SW from Whyalla and one hour West of Iron Knob.

There is 8-metre tall statue of a big galah beside the highway marking halfway between the East and West coasts of Australia. Kimba is the centre of a major wheat growing area, and site of one of South Australia's largest inland grain terminals….

Kimba is a close drive to the Lake Gilles and Pinkawillinie conservation parks. North of Kimba you will find the Gawler Ranges and to the South West is Caralue Bluff, Carrapee Hill and Dark Peake. Wild flowers, native birds and other Australian wildlife such as kangaroos, emus and wombats are in the area. Find out more about Kimba from the Whyalla Visitor Information Centre. 

 

talk to us about your next Holiday

Whyalla Visitor Centre, Lincoln Highway
Open: 7 days Mon–Fri 9am–4pm. 
Weekends and public holidays 10am–4pm. 
Closed: Good Friday and Christmas Day 
Phone: (08) 8645 7900 Email: visitor.centre@whyalla.sa.gov.au

TOLL FREE: 1800 088 589


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