A small rural town well known for its Field Days, which brings more than 26,000 visitors to the town for the event. The area is well known as growing an outstanding range of local produce such as wine grapes, beef, lamb, cheeses and even the Australian emu.
Where is it?: South east. 345 km south-east of Adelaide; 127 km north-west of Mount Gambier; 41 km east of Naracoorte.
Built features: Avenue Emu Farm; Gallery on Musgrave; Lucindale Historical Society Museum.
Natural features: Fairview Conservation Park; Big Heath Conservation Park (32 km south-east)
Origin of name: the name was selected by the Governor of SA, Sir Anthony Musgrave, to honour his wife, Lady Jeannie Lucinda Musgrave (1833-1920), when the town was proclaimed in 1877.
Brief history: the town was established in 1877. The Post Office opened on 1 May 1877 but was known as Bakers Range for a few months.