Lenger Reserve – National Trust Property

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About this site: Lenger Reserve is a part of an undulating plain consisting of limestone with overlying calcrete. Saunders Creek cuts a valley through this plain and there are permanent spring-fed waterholes separated by reed beds with River Red Gums. A 100 year old pug and pine stone rubble cottage on the property is of local heritage interest.

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Lener Reserve

Mannum

5238

SA

Ph. (08) 8202 9200