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The district was first farmed in the late part of the 1800’s. However, it was not until 1906, that viable farming activities came into existence due to the introduction of rail services and pioneering families moving into the district and permanently settling.
Settlement of the Lameroo and Pinnaroo Districts began in earnest in 1904, after the Pinnaroo Railway Act had been passed by the South Australian Parliament in October 1903. Land had been sold for wheat-farming around Pinnaroo in 1895 and around Lameroo in 1897, but most of those who purchased land abandoned it because it was impossible to cart wheat to market across nearly a hundred kilometres of sandy country to the nearest railway at Tailem Bend. Apart from those areas in close proximity to the Murray River and its river steamers, this was the first land offered for wheat-farming in the Murray Mallee Region, and it was isolated by vast tracts of unoccupied scrub in all directions.

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