Earthquake Fault Line

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Earthquake Fault Line at Meckering South Australia

The Earthquake Fault Line is a short distance from Meckering in South Australia and on the way to the Earthquake Site. The fault line is of the Meckering Fault Line which had a major earthquake in 1968.

The earthquake is the most destructive that has occurred in Australia, destroying nearly 100 buildings and felt hundreds of kilometres away.

Meckering has a Meckering Earthquake Display Brown Sign link on the side of the highway through the town that provides information about the earthquake.

The fault line was distinctive after the earthquake but it has mostly been flattened since.

To get there:

Brown sign for Earthquake Fault Line

From the Meckering Earthquake Display Brown Sign link, turn right onto the Eastern Highway and follow for 600m before turning left into Dunlop St with the brown sign for Earthquake Site. Follow Dunlop St for 750m and turn left into Goomalling-Meckering Rd. After 1.4km, veer left (straight ahead) into Stewart Rd, the Earthquake Fault Line sign is at the intersection of Moore North Rd.








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