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Eyre Peninsula

Colton is a small township on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia surrounded by big farms. The township was proclaimed in 1876 and named after MP Sir John Colton. In its peak days the town had 2 churches, a hotel, a school, its own cricket club and a football club.

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