Wudinna Centenary | PHOTOS

Kevin Douglass from Adelaide admiring a historical display by Kim Foster.

Kevin Douglass from Adelaide admiring a historical display by Kim Foster.

PEOPLE from all over South Australia and interstate attended events over Wudinna’s Centenary weekend from Friday to Sunday. Pictures: Jean Spence

Marlene Shepherdson, who lived in Wudinna for many years, came up from the Adelaide Hills for the centenary.

Marlene Shepherdson, who lived in Wudinna for many years, came up from the Adelaide Hills for the centenary.

Graeme and Virginia Hann from Gawler at the Winds of Change exhibition. Mrs Hann's grandfather Albert Knight was Wudinna's first blacksmith.

Graeme and Virginia Hann from Gawler at the Winds of Change exhibition. Mrs Hann's grandfather Albert Knight was Wudinna's first blacksmith.

Kevin and Marie Lally came up from Tumby Bay to attend the Wudinna and Le Hunte Show and Centenary weekend.

Kevin and Marie Lally came up from Tumby Bay to attend the Wudinna and Le Hunte Show and Centenary weekend.

Chris May, Helen Einthal Klante, Jenny Coleman and Caryll Sampson at Apex Park on Sunday.

Chris May, Helen Einthal Klante, Jenny Coleman and Caryll Sampson at Apex Park on Sunday.

Margaret Johnson with her daughter Kerri Cliff at the Wudinna and Le Hunte Show. Mrs Johnson used to drive the school bus in Wudinna.

Margaret Johnson with her daughter Kerri Cliff at the Wudinna and Le Hunte Show. Mrs Johnson used to drive the school bus in Wudinna.

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