Blyth, SA

About 13km west of Clare, the small town of Blyth takes its name from Sir Arthur Blyth, who arrived in South Australia as a teenager in 1839 and went on to become a successful businessman and parliamentarian. Although the town can be accessed from both Highway 1 and the Main North Road, the approach from Clare opens up impressive views across the Blyth Plains to the horizon.

The plains are at their best in spring and autumn when they present a patchwork of colour, often softened by early morning mists and a sunset haze. The outstanding landmark in Blyth is the St Petrie Kirche Lutheran church.

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