The Goyder region is situated in the Mid North of South Australia. The Council area is named after George Woodroffe Goyder, whose renowned Goyder's Line traverses each of the former Council districts of Hallett, Burra Burra, Robertstown and Eudunda. These four district Councils amalgamated in 1997 to form the Regional Council of Goyder.
National Highway 1 runs along the western edge of the Mid North region providing good links with Adelaide and major centres to the north and west of the State. To the north east lies the Barrier Highway, the main route between Adelaide, Broken Hill and Sydney. The sealing of the Burra-Morgan Road has given easy access to the Riverland and Victoria.
The Council area extends from Terowie in the north to Eudunda in the South. There are a number of settlements within this area, and 10 main towns, being :
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