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Following a request from the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council, the Mintaro Progress Association sought comment from residents and compiled this report on the storm damage sustained in the area. Some items involve safety and have been brought to the attention of Council. Click on this...

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Martindale Hall continues to be open to the public. Sharon and Mick Morris, of Mintaro Maze, have taken a year’s tenure as caretakers of Martindale Hall with the first option to renew for another year.   The Hall is open every day from 11am to 4pm for self-guided...

Helpers wanted to protect Clare’s vulnerable In less than 200 years, an estimated 73 species have become extinct in South Australia. At the state level, more than 1000 species are now listed as threatened under South Australia's National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972. Nationally, around 200 South...

Are you interested in joining a group of people interested in upkeeping the Mintaro Cemetery?  A sub committee of the Mintaro Progress Association has been formed for this purpose. The Cemetery is of great historical interest and has a number of visitors each year. The Group...

If you happened to miss the recent podcast on the ABC interviewing local resident John Hawke about Mintaro and it's place in history you can do so by clicking on the audio play button above.  ...

Merildin is a must see for all tourists that come to this region.  The last time I was at Merildin was 11 years ago, not much has changed out there in those years which is sad but it is a great place to take photos. Click...

The Mintaro Progress Association has been donated some seedling shrubs by Trees for Life to grow in the community. They are seeking ideas for the best planting locations and volunteers to help....

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