The town of Gladstone is nestled in the Rocky River Valley at the southern end of the beautiful Flinders Ranges in South Australia.

Welcome to Gladstone

The township of Gladstone, situated 209 kms north of Adelaide, was named after one of the British Empire’s most illustrious statesmen, The Right Honourable William Ewart Gladstone. Read more about Gladstone. The town’s rich heritage is an interesting mix of farming, railways, military and the famous historic Gladstone Gaol. Once a major railway junction in the mid-north, it is now the location of the largest inland grain receival facility in Australia.

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