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Look no further than Laura, in South Australia’s mid-north. Heading north from Adelaide, your drive will take you through the beautiful Clare Valley, arriving in Laura only a few hours after leaving the city. The town has much to offer the traveller, history buff, antique and collectable lover, and foodie.What is the history of Laura?
The township of Laura was surveyed in 1872, when a section of Booyoolee Run, a pastoral holding which was leased by the pastoralist Herbert Bristow Hughes, was surveyed and subdivided. In 1872 the new town was named Laura after Laura Hughes, Herbert’s wife.Where is the Laura information outlet?
The Laura Information Outlet is found in Hughes Street, the main street of Laura, a small View Attraction » Laura to Stone Hut – Rail Trail Take in the views from the Laura Lookout or bike ride on our scenic Laura to Stone Hut View Attraction » Laura Visitor Information Centre is located at 38 Herbert St, Laura SA 5480What is the Laura country music festival?
The Laura Country Music Festival has been held annually in July since 2011. Laura is famous as the home of Golden North ice cream which has been manufactured in the town since 1923 (the factory being the biggest employer in the district), and was a boyhood home of poet C. J. Dennis, whose first poem was published in the Laura Standard newspaper.