Currency Creek was once planned to be the location for the capital of South Australia.
The Currency Creek Cemetery is the final resting place for many of the pioneering riverboat captains who travelled the Murray River in their paddle steamers. As you explore the Currency Creek area, look out for the many 'Canoe Trees' - large eucalypts with sections carved from their trunks which the local Aboriginal people used to make canoes.
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The Lions Park is a perfect spot for a picnic. With Currency Creek running through a small valley, tall gums and beautiful country terrain lead to a disused copper mine and winter waterfall. A short drive from the park on the Adelaide Road you can visit the Historic Currency Creek cemetery which houses many of the late river boat captains of a time past.
Currency Creek Wine Region
Currency Creek is a growing wine region with several well established wineries and cellar doors. Click on the link to discover the wineries in the region, click here.
- Above: Currency Creek/Finniss - Photo Credit: SATC