Are you considering Freeling, SA 5372 as your next move? It's a good first step to discover if the area is a good fit for you based on factors such as proximity to schools etc. The Homes.com.au suburb profile utilises market-leading data to provide you with the Freeling median property prices, market trends & demographics to allow you to make informed decisions about your next property move.
Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Freeling, continue reading for a brief history lesson to discover more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.
Lifestyle Freeling is a rural township on the Eyre Highway, with services catering to travellers. There are two churches, Freeling Primary School, and a petrol station. The sports ground offers tennis courts and cricket pitches.
History Freeling is a small town in South Australia, about 60 km north of Adelaide. It neighbours the Barossa Valley wine region. In 1857, a surveyor named Robert Stephenson established a town in the area. The town was called Freeling after Major-General Sir Arthur Henry Freeling, Surveyor-General of South Australia from 1849 to 1861. In 1860, a railway had been built by Gawler to Kapunda and it passed through Freeling. The town became a stopping place on the railway and a hotel was opened in 1863. A second hotel opened in 1867 and a third in 1872. In 1866, the population of Freeling had reached 60 people.
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