Strathalbyn is an inland town on the Angas River. Strathalbyn is situated 58 km to the south of Adelaide and has a predominantly Scottish heritage.
Attractions in town
National trust museum located on the Rankie Street is located in the Police Station and Court house. St. Andrews Church which was built in the year 1848 is situated in Alfred Pl, Strathalbyn. Old Provincial Gas Company which was constructed in the year 1868 is located on the South Tce, Strathalbyn. In the month of May Strathalbyn Settlers Celebration is celebrated and only during even number years. In the month of October Glenbarr Scottish festival is conducted.
Attractions in the area
Strathalbyn lookout is present 7 km to the South West which provides views over town and district. Lakeside holiday town of Milang is located 20 km to the south east and it is known as old riverboat town. Port Milang Historical Railway Station which is now a local history museum is located near Strathalbyn. Langhorne Creek which is located 15 km to the East is a centre for wine growing district. Vintage Affair is held in May. Old gold diggings can be seen at Jupiter Creek Gold fields which are present at 35 km to the North West.