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Mundoora is a settlement in South Australia, 16 km inland from Port Broughton, to which it was connected by the horse-drawn Port Broughton tramway around 1876. Its tram, dubbed "The Pie Cart", which was described as a "kind of second-hand coffin drawn by one horse" and still in operation in 1923 was later relegated to the Railways Museum and the line dismantled. At the 2006 census, Mundoora had a population of 248.
The first local government established in the area was the District Council of Broughton, later called District Council of Redhill. Mundoora was never served by the historic District Council of Mundoora, which was instead based at Port Broughton, 15 km (9.3 mi) to the west. Today the township of Mundoora is in the District Council of Barunga West but the locality is at the meeting point of three local government areas, the Port Pirie Regional Council spanning the north east and Wakefield Regional Council spanning the south east corners of the locality.
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