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Milang is a town and locality located in the Australian state of South Australia on the west coast of Lake Alexandrina about 71 kilometres (44 mi) south-east of the state capital of Adelaide and about 20 kilometres (12 mi) north-east of the municipal seat of Goolwa.At the 2016 census, the northern part of the locality had a population of 883 of which 761 lived in its town centre. The southern part of Milang shared a population of 69 people with the locality of Point Sturt.The town was surveyed in December 1853. Milang was a significant port on the Murray River System between 1860 and 1880, before the railway line was built to connect Adelaide to Morgan further upstream. Between December 1884 and June 1970, a spur-line of the Mount Barker-Victor Harbor railway ran approximately 8 miles (12.8 km) from the junction at Sandergrove to Milang, mainly used for freight but also as a minor passenger service. The line was dismantled in the 1970s after the railway was official closed.Milang was, from 24 December 1909 to 3 January 1910, host to the first State Boy Scout camp in South Australia. Troops attending included 1st Adelaide, 5th Adelaide, 2nd Brompton, 1st Kensington, 1st Malvern, 1st Norwood, 2nd Norwood, 1st Richmond, 1st Torrens, 1st Unley, 1st Y.M.C.A. and 1st Yorketown. A bronze plaque marks the location.
Milang Football Club (the Milang Panthers) currently compete in the Hills Football League C Grade competition.Milang is located within the federal division of Mayo, the state electoral district of Hammond and the local government area of the Alexandrina Council.