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Ashbourne is a small town in the Alexandrina region, situated roughly half way between Meadows and Goolwa; approximately 14 kilometres from the town of Strathalbyn. From Strathalbyn take the beautiful scenic drive through archways of stately red gums to the Ashbourne area.

Here fresh produce can often be purchased from roadside stalls and bushwalkers can explore the unspoilt scrubland of Cox Scrub Conservation Park.

Take your time to explore Ashbourne's rural roadways for some stunning country scenery.

Below: Built in 1865 the Greenman Inn was the original Post Office and General Store for the area. Now it is a quaint stop over, serving meals and beverages.