|Location||Yunta, 85km North East of Peterborough, South Australia|
|Enterprises||Merino wool and meat|
|Annual Rainfall||221.5 mm|
Teetulpa is situated at the small Barrier Highway town of Yunta and was purchased in September of 1905. It may conjure the image of gold rush days of the mid 80s, when up to 5,000 people resided at the Teetulpa diggings seeking alluvial gold. The picturesque property is watered from several wells and numerous bores and dams. Teetulpa, together with the adjoining pastoral lease Winnininnie, runs around 12,000 sheep and produces around 350 bales of Merino wool annually.