Manna Hill

Wilyakali Country
Manna Hill was located on the original stock track from the east and was settled during the 1880s to create a water source for the railway engines on the new line. The elegant railway station built in 1886 is the only one to remain east of Peterborough in SA and is State Heritage listed.
At the nearby station of Bimbowrie, the remains of another heritage listed building are located. The Antro Woolshed was believed to have been the largest shearing shed in Australia during the late 1800s. The site also includes a Cobb & Co rest station, and associated homestead.
Manna Hill Railway Station.
Photo: Courtesy Christeen Schoepf.
Railway Crane.
Photo: Courtesy Christeen Schoepf.