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[wp_ad_camp_1] The town of Strathalbyn derived its name from two Gaelic words “Strath” – which means broad valley and “Albion” – which means hilly land. Affluent people from Scotland were the first settlers of Strathalbyn which dates back in 1839. Strathalbyn is situated 60 kilometres south of Adelaide out in the lovely Fleurieu Peninsula. This Historic Town lies along the picturesque Angas River and is well known as the Antique Centre of South Australia. Strathalbyn is host to SA’s largest Collectors, Hobbies and Antique Fair which is held annually on the third weekend of August and where hundreds of sellers from all over Australia converge to sell their Antiques and Collectables to the general public. We started our day trip at the Strathalbyn Visitor Information Centre it is also where you’ll find the railway station. The Strathalbyn railway station is one of the popular stops of SteamRanger Heritage Tourist train....