Lucindale is a small town on the Kingston/Naracoote connector road. This town has won ‘tidy town’ awards and that tidy factor continues. Lucindale, is small town, but does have the majority of essential services. Lucindale has wide open avenue type streets.
The town is best known for hosting the annual South East Field days, attracting over 26,000 visitors every March.
The town was proclaimed in 1877 and named for Lady Jeannie Lucinda Musgrave—the wife of the Governor of South Australia, Anthony. A school was established the following year. The Post Office opened on 1 May 1877 but was known as Baker's Range for a few months.