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Langhorne Creek (formerly Langhorne's Creek) is a town in South Australia, located approximately 55 kilometres (35 miles) from the Adelaide city centre. At the 2021 census, Langhorne Creek had a population of 444 residents.

Langhorne Creek gained its name from "Alfred Langhorne", a cattle drover, who brought cattle overland to his property during the 1840s. Alfred established a well known crossing across the nearby Bremer River that was aptly nicknamed Langhorne's Crossing, eventually becoming the location where the town was established.

Being in close proximity to the Bremer River, Langhorne Creek regularly experiences flooding, with growers utilizing this water for irrigation or vineyards and pastures. This coexistence with flood waters is unique within Australia and one of the few places in the world where flood water is the main source of irrigation.

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