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Stockyard Creek is a locality between Hamley Bridge and Owen, South Australia in the Mid North region of South Australia. It was established on the Hamley Bridge to Balaklava railway at the site of stockyards used by CB Fisher, 51 3⁄4 miles (83.3 km) north of Adelaide railway station. A private subdivision was surveyed, and there was a post office near the station, but very little remains now.
The private subdivision was laid out by Thomas Bartlett in 1881; it was originally known as Bartleville.