Paris Creek


On the northern edge of the Fleurieu Peninsula, not far from Meadows, is Paris Creek. Now more associated with high class dairy products than with the Paris family who were pig farmers from England and settled there in the 1860s.

The hamlet still reflects its historic origins though, in the locally quarried marble that produced stone for many local public buildings, as well as the National War Memorial in Canberra. A souvenir outlet has possibly the largest selection of thimbles and collectables in Australia.

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