Stroud is a little town that can be accessed through Bucketts Way. The town is part of the Great Lakes Council. The town was established in the late 1820s when the Australian Agricultural Company or A.A. Company was given funds to put up their headquarters in the area. A.A. Company was given a million acres to use for agricultural purposes. By 1836, Stroud was filled with a labour force that manned the storehouses. Plenty of the buildings that were constructed in Stroud back then are still used up to this day, including the Quambi School House, St. John’s Church and the Stroud House.
Stroud hosts yearly events such as the Stroud International Brick and Pin Throwing Contest held in July and the Stroud Show that takes place on the first weekend after the Easter season.
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