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08-September-2020
08-September-2020

Photographs supplied by Stephen Warren
The mural "Impression of Parilla 1914" acknowledges the early pioneers who established the town. 

The design of the mural was developed from various photographs and references from the local history book. 

The government town of Parilla was proclaimed on the 1st day of August 1907. The town was named after the Hundred of Parilla. Parilla is believed to be an aboriginal word meaning ‘cold place’. The Hundred of Parilla, County of Chandos was proclaimed on the 4th day of January 1894. The first pastoralist in the immediate vicinity was J.W.D. Denning who took up pastoral lease no. 2290 as from the 30th day of June 1873.

Location

Address:Mallee Highway & Laurie Street, Wall of Oasis Christian Resource Centre, Parilla, 5303
State:SA
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -35.296923
Long: 140.667369
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Art
Monument Theme:Landscape
Sub-Theme:Settlement
Artist:Rossy Reeves (Hentschke)

Dedication

Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1992
Right Side Inscription

Plaque :

Impression of Parilla
1914

Artist - Rossy Reeves (Hentschke)
Plus community assistance

Co-Ordinator - Kathy Galbraith

Committee - Kathy Galbraith, Steve Gilbertson,
                     Andy Hancock, Gordon Hancock,
                    Trevor Hancock, Rossy Hentschke

Sponsorship - Parilla Towns and Grounds Committee
                       Riverland Cultural Trust
                       Paint by Dulux (Australia) & G.R. Kelly

Plaque by : Pinnaroo District Council
                   Parilla Towns and Grounds Committee

The Committee formed in April 1991 with aims to promote the town. Following much research and discussion, a design  was developed from various photographs and references from the local history book, to acknowledge the early pioneers,  who developed the town.

1992

Plaque :

Unveiled by Gordon Johnson A.M., J.P.
Chairman of S.A.Local Government Grants Commission


 

Source: MA
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