Getting to Know Millicent
Millicent is a prosperous and vibrant community located in the heart of the Limestone Coast region of South Australia. A great place to visit, relax in and explore. A wide range of facilities and services makes Millicent the ideal location to accommodate all visitors.
Millicent is located 412kms south-east of Adelaide, 469kms west of Melbourne. Millicent is centrally located in the middle of the Wattle Range Council area, 50kms from Penola and 36kms from Beachport.
Millicent was proclaimed in 1870 after a township developed on the limestone ridge in the centre of the newly drained Millicent flats. It is named after Millecent Glen, wife of one of the early pioneers and daughter of the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide.
Dozens of giant turbines dominate the Woakwine Range skyline and currently comprises the largest wind-farm development in the
Lake McIntyre is a native wildlife and vegetation reserve. It has been created from an old quarry in which a spring was distu
The Millicent Golf Course (18 holes) is located in a natural bush setting and its undulating watered fairways, true fast runn
The Canunda National Park stretches from Southend to Carpenter Rocks along South Australia's Limestone Coast, being the secon
Walks around Millicent grab your maps from the Millicent Visitor Information Centre
Come along and enjoy the family fun atmosphere at Millicent Mega Playground, a colourful and safe outdoor adventure playgroun
The Millicent National Trust Museum has evolved around the first Millicent Primary School built in 1873. The Millicent, Vict
Community Town Plan
The Millicent Community Town Plan was adopted on the 14th November 201