County of Daly

The County of Daly is one of the 49 cadastral counties of South Australia. It was proclaimed in 1862 and named for Governor Dominick Daly.[1] It covers the northern half of Yorke Peninsula stretching just east of the Hummock-Barunga Range in the west and just past the Broughton River in the north.[1]

Daly
South Australia
Wallaroo-mines-0749.jpg
Abandoned Wallaroo Mines site in the Hundred of Wallaroo
Daly is located in South Australia
Daly
Daly
Coordinates33°53′S 137°57′E / 33.89°S 137.95°E / -33.89; 137.95Coordinates: 33°53′S 137°57′E / 33.89°S 137.95°E / -33.89; 137.95
Established1862
Area4,294 km2 (1,657.9 sq mi)
LGA(s)District Council of Barunga West
Copper Coast Council
Wakefield Regional Council
Port Pirie Regional Council
Yorke Peninsula Council
Lands administrative divisions around Daly:
Spencer Gulf Victoria Victoria
Spencer Gulf Daly Stanley
Spencer Gulf Fergusson Gawler

HundredsEdit

The county is divided into the following sixteen hundreds from north to south:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Search for 'County of Daly, CNTY' (ID SA0017776)". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 16 February 2016.