Burra

  • Burra is one of the most beautifully preserved towns in South Australia. This former copper mining town is listed on the National Estate Register and also declared a State Heritage Area. Today you can explore the town using Burra’s Heritage Passport Trail. Armed with a charming little guidebook and your own key which you collect from the Burra Visitor Information Centre, you'll drive past 49 fascinating sites and learn why Burra was once South Australia's copper central. The 11 kilometre route includes Redruth Gaol, the Monster Mine and "Creek Street", where 1600 people lived in dugouts along the riverbank. The

  • Bon Accord Mine Complex
    Bon Accord Mine Complex

    The Bon Accord Mine Complex is owned and administered by the National Trust, Burra, and

  • Red Banks Conservation Park
    Red Banks Conservation Park

    Red Banks Conservation Park features a scenic landscape of meandering rugged earth gorges, spring-fed waterholes

  • Burra Regional Art Gallery
    Burra Regional Art Gallery

    Come to the Goyder Region, just next door to Clare Valley, and visit the heritage

  • Market Square Museum
    Market Square Museum

    If you want to have a look at Burra's heritage you should include a visit

  • Hampton
    Hampton

    This was an English style township, a private township named after an assayer at the

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