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|Location||108 km (67 mi) N of Adelaide|
|LGA(s)||Wakefield Regional Council|
|Established||24 May 1867|
|Area||215 km2 (83.0 sq mi)|
The Hundred of Everard is the cadastral unit of hundred on the northern Adelaide Plains containing the Everard Central locality. It is one of the 16 hundreds of the County of Stanley. It was named in 1867 by Governor Dominick Daly after William Everard (1819–1889), a South Australian parliamentarian. The southern third of the locality of Condowie is also situated inside the bounds of the Hundred of Everard.
In 1888 the Hundred of Everard was annexed to the District Council of Blyth as part of the District Councils Act 1887. Not long after, on 26 September 1889, the hundred was severed from Blyth council and annexed instead to the District Council of Snowtown as the Everard ward.
In 1912, at the instigation of resident landowners, a southern portion of the hundred south of Everard Road and including the Everard Central township, was severed from Snowtown council and added to the District Council of Balaklava as part of its Stow ward. From 1987, following the merging of Snowtown and Blyth councils, the larger north part of the hundred retained is ward status with 2 council representatives in the Blyth-Snowtown council. From 1997, following the Blyth-Snowtown amalgamation with the District Council of Wakefield Plains, the entire hundred became part of the much larger North ward of the Wakefield Regional Council.
Everard Central contains a series of ephemeral salt lake basins. The lunette formations at the basin edges contain deposits of gypsum. Gypsum for agricultural use is mined at the site, with 35,000 tonnes being obtained by G.J. Mills and McArdle in 2002.
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- South Australia hundred maps 1:63 360. Surveyor General's Office. 1867.
- "The District Councils Act 1887 No. 419". Flinders University. p. 90. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
DISTRICT OF SNOWTOWN.-Comprising the Hundreds of Barunga and Boucaut.
- "Proclamations—Snowtown, District—Boundaries enlarged" (PDF). South Australian Government Gazette (44 ed.). Government of South Australia. 1889: 1351. 26 September 1889. Retrieved 26 June 2017.
[...] the whole of the hundred of Everard heretofore forming the North Everard ward and the South Everard ward of the district of Blyth shall be severed from the said district of Blyth and annexed to the district of Snowtown [...]
- "Geological Survey of South Australia - Burra - S.A. Geological Atlas Series Sheet SI 54-05" (PDF). Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy, Commonwealth of Australia. 22 May 2012.
Holocene/Pleistocene Undifferentiated Pleistocene calcrete/gypcrete; Holocene/Quaternary gypsiferous dunes/lunettes
- "Minerals - Gypsum". Government of South Australia. Retrieved 27 January 2016.
Everard: Variable tonnages (35 000 t in 2002) of agricultural gypsum are mined by G.J. Mills and McArdle Pty Ltd from lunette deposits near Everard Central, 15 km east of Lochiel in the State’s Mid North.
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