Ideally located in the heart of the Eyre Peninsula
Cummins has played a vital role as a service hub to the agriculture industry since being settled in 1904, the region contains some of the most productive farming land on the Eyre Peninsula. Many historic buildings remain in Cummins highlighting this rich histroy, including the old butter factory, a horse dip and the original government dam. The railway line to Port Lincoln was completed in 1907 and the railway loading triangle is now a park with free barbecue, picnic area, playground and toilets.
Home to a good collection of shops, health and sport facilities and accommodation, including a community-operated caravan park, Cummins is a thriving service hub for outlying farming communities.
The Cummins Milling Company is the only flourmill on Eyre Peninsula, producing bread, flour and stock feed, while a huge silo and bunker system provides grain storage before it’s transferred to Port Lincoln.