Crossroads to everywhere!
Settled in the 1850’s by Lutherans seeking religious freedom outside Europe, Sedan is 99 kilometres from Adelaide and crossroads to everywhere.
Well worth seeing is the mosaic landmark signpost in the centre of town designed by the community and artists in association with artist Mike Tye. This exquisite mosaic features local landscapes and icons in a kaleidoscope of colours and was supported by funding through Country Arts SA.
The Sedan Hotel verandah is always a popular spot for locals and visitors and Grieger’s Store across the road has served the town for many years.
The annual Sedan Swap Meet in mid June on the Sedan Oval attracts people from all across the State and the Strawberry Fete held in end of October, early November is not to be missed.
If you make your way from the Barossa through Keyneton the dry stone walls built by the early settlers will amaze and lead you to Sedan.
Years ago, Sedan was a bustling railway terminus and a branch of the South Australian Railways and the old architecture will amaze as is home to many 19th century buildings and well worth a trip around the town.
The trail is a great way to discover the town, which includes the steam flour mill and agricultural machinery factory.