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The engraved pavers commemorate the Jubilee 150 of Riverton and District

Riverton was first settled in 1856, as a settlement along the bullock track from the mining town of Burra to the capital city Adelaide. It grew from a plan designed by a James Masters who had established the nearby town of Saddleworth. The streets of Riverton received their names chiefly from James Masters and his friends. They commemorate persons notable in the history of the district or the State.


Address:Frederick Place, Riverton, 5412
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.155529
Long: 138.748722
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Pathway
Monument Theme:Landscape
Approx. Event Start Date:1856
Approx. Event End Date:2006


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 21st October, 2006
Front Inscription

Plaque :

These Engraved Pavers
Were Laid In Celebration Of The 
Jubilee 150 Of Riverton & District
To Honour And Recognise 
"Those People Who Have Made A Difference"
     In This Community
Over The Past 150 Years
Unveiled October 21st, 2006
   Mr Trevor Peek

Left Side Inscription



Source: MA
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