Hundred of Inkerman facts for kids
|Hundred of Inkerman
|Established:||22 May 1856|
|Area:||228 km² (88.0 sq mi)|
The Hundred of Inkerman is a cadastral unit of hundred located on the northern Adelaide Plains in South Australia and bounded on the north by the Wakefield River. It is one of the eight hundreds of the County of Gawler. It was named in 1856 by Governor Richard MacDonnell after the Crimean War Battle of Inkerman.
The following localities and towns of the Wakefield Council area are situated inside (or largely inside) the bounds of the Hundred of Inkerman:
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