Tarlee

Tarlee

Tarlee is a small town at the entrance to the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council area. The origin of the name is uncertain, but it is thought to be a corruption of the name Tralee in Ireland.

The town is located where the Horrocks Highway crosses the Gilbert River. The town is a popular rest stop for travellers heading north from Adelaide with a well-used toilet block and information bay near the popular Tarlee Bakery. There are a number of historical sites and a heritage walk with maps that can be found at the town’s institute and Post Office.

1. Catholic Church
2. Railway Ruins
3. War Memorial
4. Tarlee Bakery
5. Tarlee Motel
6. Tarlee Township Drone