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Barunga Gap is a locality in South Australia about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south west of Snowtown. Barunga Gap was named in reference to the co-located pass between the Barunga Range to the north and Hummock Range to the south. The word 'Barunga' derives from an indigenous term meaning "gap in the range". See Barunga Range § Etymology
Barunga Gap was a station between Bute and Snowtown on the Kadina-Brinkworth railway line (1879-1990).