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Southend, South Australia

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Southend, South Australia

census, Southend had a population of 560. Southend is home to the Southend Caravan Park, which boasts its close proximity to the white beaches of Rivoli Bay.

The bluff, less than a five minute drive from Southend is a popular destination for locals and tourists, as it is extremely scenic and beautiful.[2]

It is a lovely quiet region, it's the southern port.

Southend was originally named Grey Town.

The Rivoli Bay Sailing Club sails catamarans and monohulls and is located at the end of Leake Street, Southend. The club sails from October to April on weekends.

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Coordinates: 37°34′08″S 140°07′23″E / 37.569°S 140.123°E / -37.569; 140.123

Southend was originally named Grey Town.

The Rivoli Bay Sailing Club sails catamarans and monohulls and is located at the end of Leake Street, Southend. The club sails from October to April on weekends.

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