Have you been to Farina to see the famous Underground Oven? If you haven't then here's a little taste of what you will see, so come along and have a look next time you're passing Farina. As we reported in an earlier post, the Underground Oven had its first major...
BREAKING NEWS!! BREAKING NEWS!! Farina Restoration Group are very pleased to announce that we have formed a partnership with the University of Adelaide to educationally support our local remote schools of Marree and Leigh Creek. Like the “School of the Air” children...
The Last Brick in memory of Jim Wells
FARINA BAKERY OPENING 28th May 2022
In a dry landscape like Farina, rain is always a welcome sight, although sometimes it seems to fall all at once. Here are some photos taken by Anne Dawes after the rain.
Welcome to the official website of the Farina Restoration Project Group.
Farina is located within the Lake Eyre Basin, on the old alignment of the Great Northern Railway later known as the Ghan Railway, 26Kms North of Lyndhurst and 55Kms South of Marree, near the junctions of the Birdsville, Innaminka and Oodnadatta Tracks in South Australia. The walking trails, information boards and Camping Ground are open 365 days of the year. Every year between May and July the Volunteers of the Farina Restoration Group run a works program to continue the preservation and exhibition of the old Farina Town. The Volunteers also carry out research into the the Buildings, People and activities of Farina and you will find much information in the History menu.
FARINA’s 2022 PROGRAMME HAS BEEN COMPLETED.
WE’ll SOON PUBLISH INFORMATION ABOUT VOLUNTEERING FOR 2023.
If you visited Farina this year and took some really great photos that you think we could use on our website or Facebook, we’d love to have a copy. Or if you have some kind of family connection to Farina and have photos or other information we’d love to hear from you and have a copy of the photos.
What’s on at Farina…
|All year round||The Farina Township, outside exhibits, signboards and camping ground are open to the Public 365 days of the year.|
|November 2022||Information will be published about Volunteering for our 2023 Programme.|