Yellabinna, South Australia facts for kids
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The locality was established on 26 April 2013 in respect to “the long established local name.” Its name is derived from the use of “Yellabinna” in the names of the Yellabinna Regional Reserve and the Yellabinna Wilderness Protection Area.
The land use within Yellabinna is mainly concerned with the following protected areas - the Boondina Conservation Park, the Yellabinna Regional Reserve and the Yellabinna Wilderness Protection Area, although the extraction of heavy mineral sands is underway as of 2013 by Iluka Resources at the Jacinth-Ambrosia Mine in the west of the locality.
Yellabinna which is bounded in part to the north by the Trans-Australian Railway is surrounded by the following localities gazetted under the South Australian Geographical Names Act 1991:
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