is a small town in the south east region of South Australia
. The town is located south east of the state capital, Adelaide
. At the 2006 census
, Lucindale had a population of 301. The town is best known for hosting the annual South East Field days
, attracting over 26,000 visitors every March.
Lucindale is home to a health centre, licenced post office and newsagent and a service station. Education from reception to Year 12 is provided by the Lucindale Area School.
The town was named Australia's tidiest town in 1994 and was a finalist in 2006.
The town was proclaimed in 1877 and named for Lady Jeannie Lucinda Musgrave—the wife of the Governor of South Australia, Anthony Musgrave. A school was established the following year.
Notable people from Lucindale