Cleve is Ramsey Bros heartland. The agribusiness, which was first established on the Eyre Peninsula over 70 years ago, still retains close ties to the local Cleve community.
Today, the Eyre Peninsula is home to 9% of the state’s farmers but produces around 40% of South Australia’s grain harvest. Cleve is key town for grain production and proudly hosts the biennial Eyre Peninsula Field Days which attract around 25,000 visitors.
A tightknit district, Cleve is fiercely community-minded with an abundance of activities and groups to engage local residents of all ages. The area school has an excellent reputation for Reception to Year 12 and the local hospital offers 24-hour accident and emergency care supported by volunteer ambulance crews and access to the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
With affordable, quality housing and the pristine beaches of Cowell and Arno Bay (not to mention exceptional fishing) less than 30 minutes away, it’s easy to see why so many people have chosen to make this beautiful town home.
The rural heart of the Eyre Peninsula, Cleve really does bring together the best of country and near-seaside living.