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Farina Air Travel

The advent of Air Travel in outback Australia opened up access to many parts of the country, sped up mail services and improved access to health care for many.

Travel to Farina has been primarily through road, rail and camel however for a short time  Farina was a stop along the air route from Adelaide to Darwin run by Guinea Airways.

Here are some interesting reads about the history of Air Travel from Farina.

A newspaper article from the Northern Times in 1937 written by a passenger from Adelaide to Darwin and return: Flying Through the Centre

Gordon Oates, and keen Philatelist from South Australia out together this article about a Postcard from Farina to Adelaide: The History of Airmail from Farina to Adelaide