Joadja is a ghost town within the local government area of the Wingecarribee Shire in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales. Between 1970-1911, Joadja was a successful mining town. Majority of the population back then were immigrants from Scotland. The town became deserted in 1911 when many of the inhabitants moved somewhere else to find different jobs. A private buyer bought the land, which was turned into a fruit orchard that included 6,700 trees. Local lore has said that the town is haunted by at least two ghosts. Recently, the property has been sold and its new owners are continuing conservation work in the town. Large areas of Joadja have been sold for hobby farms. A boutique whisky distillery has also been established in Joadja.
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