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Mount Crawford is a locality in the Mount Lofty Ranges of South Australia. It is named after the mountain of the same name in its boundaries.
The locality of Mount Crawford is crossed by Warren Road (route B34 between Williamstown and Birdwood) and edged by Route B35 where it branches from that road towards Mount Pleasant. The space between the two roads is Cromer, but both sides of the Y junction are Mount Crawford. The Warren Conservation Park and south bank of Warren Reservoir are also in Mount Crawford. The South Para River rises in Mount Crawford, then flows along the northern boundary of the locality, through the Warren Reservoir. The Heysen Trail (a long distance hiking trail) also crosses Mount Crawford.
Mount Crawford is in the Barossa Council, but is in the Adelaide Hills wine region.
In 1846 Mount Crawford's population was recorded as 530; by 1855 it was down to 397. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics there were 127 people living there in 2016.