Wudinna District Council is 570km NW of Adelaide on the Eyre Peninsula and consists of Warramboo, Kyancutta, Wudinna, Pygery, Yaninee & Minnipa.
A viable, motivated rural community which offers an economically diverse, environmentally sustainable and rewarding lifestyle.
Wudinna District Council lies upon rural countryside 570km NW of Adelaide. Established in 1925 the council area consists of Warramboo, Kyancutta, Wudinna, Pygery, Yaninee and Minnipa. The district stretches to the border of the unspoilt Gawler Ranges National Park.
The district is known for its crop and livestock farming with many supporting retail businesses. Scattered throughout the towns are icons such as the architectural 'Australian Farmer' Granite Sculpture and Australia’s second largest monolith, Mount Wudinna and Minnipa’s famous wave shaped Pildappa Rock.