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Goyder (33°58′S 138°19′E; postcode: 5461) is a locality in South Australia's Mid North situated in the central east of the cadastral Hundred of Goyder. It was named for the hundred (proclaimed 1862) which was in turn named for George Goyder, Surveyor General of South Australia at the time.
The locality is bounded on the west by the Adelaide-Port Augusta railway line. The Black Range stretches north–south through the locality from the foot of Mount Templeton outside the northern boundary of the locality. Similarly, the Bismark Valley (thought to be named in jest by early settler families of German origin for Otto von Bismarck) runs north to south through the centre of the locality.
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