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Roxby Downs is a mining town in outback South Australia, 563 kilometres north of the state capital Adelaide. The town has a transient population of around 4,500 people with a large percentage of young people. Roxby Downs is often referred to as the most 'modern town of the outback' and it has many leisure and community facilities including aquatic, cinema, cultural precinct, community radio, shopping centre, schools, TAFE, cafes and sporting clubs and facilities. There are just two neighbouring towns in the area: Andamooka, an opal mining town about 30km to the east, and Woomera, 78km south of Roxby Downs. Roxby Downs offers a relaxed and family-oriented lifestyle. Given the facilities, services, and opportunities available, it is Australia's most highly regarded mining town.