Tantanoola


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Tantanoola was originally named 'Lucieton' on July 10, 1879 by Governor Jervois after his daughter Lucy Caroline. It is located 10kms south of Millicent. The name was changed to Tantanoola in 1888 by Governor Robinson. Tantanoola is in the south of the Wattle Range Council area and its industries include Pulp and Paper manufacturing, herb and rural farming.
Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park

Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park

Tantanoola Cave is filled with stalactites and stalagmites and plenty of other formations as well. Opening times are 10am to 4pm daily. There are no set tours as such, and no time limit in the cave. Just join your guide and enjoy. Wheelchair access is available. For those that wish to enjoy the walking trail, they will be treated to views of the largest Windfarm in the Southern Hemisphere.
Princes Highway, Tantanoola. Ph. 08 8734 4153

Tantanoola Tiger Hotel

Here you will find on display the famous Tantanoola Tiger.
Once thought to be an escaped Behgal Tiger from a travelling Circus, Its identity was confirmed in 1895 when the animal was shot and turned out to be an Assyrian or Northern Russian Wolf. It has been speculated that it probably came to Australia accidentally on one of the 3 ships that were wrecked off of the immediate coast, and managed to make it ashore.
The hotel also has a Bar, Lounge and dining room, TAB agency SKY TV and Pokies.
Railway Terrace, Tantanoola. Ph. 08 8734 4066
Tantanoola Tiger Hotel
Woakwine Range Wind Farm Tourist Drive

Woakwine Range Wind Farm Tourist Drive

This drive takes you past the Woakwine Range Wind Farm. This is the same Windfarm that can be seen from the Tantanoola Caves walking Trail. The 123 giant turbines when fully operational will generate approximately 300 megawatts of power.
Poonada and Canunda Frontage Roads, Tantanoola


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