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The Salisbury Water Wheel Museum displays an operating restored water wheel in a stone building.
The Salisbury Water Wheel Museum displays an operating restored water wheel in a stone building. The wheel once pumped water to the private dam of Frederick Heinrich Kuhlman, owner of the Old Spot Inn, but fell into disuse in the 1940s. There are also displays on the history of the orange industry which thrived in the area till World War II.
Salisbury SA 5108, Australia
+61 8 8258 3016
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