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Yorke Peninsula’s

COPPER COAST 2020 VISITORS’ GUIDE

1800 654 991 visitcoppercoast.com.au

YORKE PENINSULA – SOUth AUStRALIA


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Welcome to the Copper

Coast

North Beach, Wallaroo

Explore the Farm Shed Museum – something for everyone! l Matta House l Vintage Tractors and Vehicles l Her Side of the Story l Farming l Kadina Story l Guided Group and School Tours

50 Mines Road, Kadina Phone 08 8821 2333 info@coppercoast.sa.gov.au

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Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 10am-4pm


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Yorke Peninsula’s Copper Coast offers an ideal location if you are looking for relaxation, a beautiful, white, sandy and safe swimming beach, a good fishing or diving spot, or a glimpse back into the heyday of our state’s copper mining days. WiTh a population of 15,000 people, the Copper Coast comprises the main towns of Kadina, Moonta, Moonta Bay, Port hughes and Wallaroo just a 150-kilometre, 90minute drive from Adelaide. it is an ideal destination for day trips, short or long stays with many attractions, accommodation and dining options. The original home of the Narungga people, the region’s prosperity is attributed to the wealth of the land that now lends itself to a rich agricultural sector. The area is named Copper Coast in recognition of the copper mining heritage of the region dating back to 1859 when copper was first discovered at Wallaroo Mines (Kadina) and Cornish and Welsh miners made their home in Australia’s Little Cornwall. The importance of the Moonta Mines area has earned it National heritage recognition. Great weather, beaches, fabulous fishing and all amenities, including upgraded boat ramps, make this a special place to visit and live. Vibrant commercial and retail opportunities exist to support the local community and those visiting the area. Enjoy a traditional Cornish pasty, coffee

and cake, or a meal at one of the many cafes, bakeries or restaurants. A wide variety of accommodation options make the Cooper Coast an ideal place to visit. There are many things in the area for you to experience, so please contact the accredited Copper Coast Visitor information Centre to plan your visit and stay. Located at 50 Mines Road, Kadina, the centre’s helpful, friendly staff can help you make the most of your time in the Copper Coast — it’s the ideal place to get all the latest local knowledge and information about what to see and do while visiting the Copper Coast. Relax on the beach, catch some fresh seafood, visit Splash Town Water Park, have a game of putt putt, bowls or golf, or explore all the region has to offer. We encourage you to take your time, escape everyday life and immerse yourself in this “Lifestyle Location of Choice”. We hope Yorke Peninsula’s Copper Coast Visitors’ Guide helps you to experience all the Copper Coast has to offer. The Copper Coast Tourism and Events Team #visitcoppercoast

Nharangga Dhura marni Nharangganu Banggara Narungga people welcome you to Narungga country For tens of thousands of years Nharangga people have lived in harmony with the spectacular lands of Yorke Peninsula. Their country provided them with food, shelter, water, ceremony and a rich and vibrant culture. They welcome you to share their land and enjoy your stay on Nharangga Banggara. – from Tania Wanganeen, Narungga Aboriginal Progress Association

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Drop a line in at Wallaroo jetty for your chance to hook a squid, flathead, tommy ruff, garfish, snook, mullet, whiting or more.

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WELCOME PAGES 2-3

FEATURE ARTICLES PAGES 6-11

HISTORY PAGES 12-13

DISCOVER KADINA & WALLAROO MINES PAGES 14-21

DISCOVER MOONTA, MOONTA MINES, MOONTA BAY & PORT HUGHES PAGES 22-29

DISCOVER WALLAROO PAGES 30-35

DISCOVER YORKE PENINSULA & SURROUNDING AREAS PAGES 36-37

EVENTS CALENDAR PAGES 38-39

SERVICES PAGES 40-41

TOWN MAPS PAGES 42-46

YORKE PENINSULA MAP PAGE 47

The Copper Coast 2020 Visitors’ Guide is produced by the Yorke Peninsula Country Times. Words and photos are subject to copyright. We would like to thanks those who supplied images © South Australian Tourism Commission, Sarah King – The Musings of Bear Photography, Merv Simmonds, Copper Coast Council, Turn 8 Photography and YP Country Times photographers.

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A hoy t h ere !

First cruise ship docks in For the first time, a cruise ship has docked in Wallaroo.

Valley will be visited too, and we also expect locals from there to come and check out the cruise ship while it is in port.”

The Vasco da Gama brought 1200 passengers and 600 crew to the region on December 7, 2019, and will return on December 18, 2019, and January 3 and December 16, 2020. Not only are the cruise ship visits a great boost for the local economy but also a chance to showcase the region and for locals to interact with intrastate, interstate and international visitors. “This is a big deal for our region with increased economic activity, retail spend and demand for tourism experiences,” Copper Coast Council Tourism Coordinator Lynn Spurling said. “We are so excited to showcase our region and what we have to offer. Our neighbouring regions of Yorke Peninsula and the Clare

Passengers can book tourism experiences onboard the cruise ship including a historical Wallaroo walking tour and museum visit, the Moonta Mines and train experience, the Yorke Peninsula Tasting Trail, or a trip to Kadina to see The Farm Shed Museum and Camelot Gardens. Buses will also transport passengers to the Clare Valley for winery and colonial tours. “each of the tours has a point of difference,” Mrs Spurling said. “Our region is rich with heritage including mining, farming and smelting history. People can also enjoy experiences like pasty making. “even if the visitors simply want to peruse our towns, we are providing hop-on, hop-off buses which will be running regularly and stopping at the Wallaroo, Moonta and Kadina town halls.”

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Local experiences for passengers

Cruise ships great for tourism South Australian Tourism Commission chief executive Rodney harrex said the summer cruise ship season will bring 23 different cruise ships into the state. “It is particularly exciting for the Clare Valley and coastal communities surrounding Wallaroo, which can expect three cruise ship visits, and it is great to see the community has responded by organising onshore excursion programs to showcase the region, along with the council offering a shuttle bus connecting the Copper Coast townships of Wallaroo, Kadina and Moonta,” he said. Mrs Spurling said it is hoped visitors who get a taste of the Copper Coast during their cruise ship call will one day return. “Research has shown 33 per cent of people revisit the region within the next two years for an extended stay,” she said. “We know our region is beautiful but now we can share it with other people too which is good for everyone.”


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ALL ABOARD... Vasco da Gama was the first cruise ship to dock at Wallaroo when it visited on December 7, 2019. It will be returning to the region on December 18, 2019, and January 3 and December 16, 2020.

Copper Coast goes online For the first time, the Copper Coast region has its own website. “We have previously promoted tourism attractions and activities through the council website but we decided it was time people could access that information in a tourismspecific platform,” Copper Coast Council Tourism Coordinator Lynn Spurling said. “We are very excited about our new website — it is one of the first of its kind to be released in Australia as it has been built using the latest Progressive Web App technology. “This means it is both an app and a mobile responsive website in one, so users can download the website to their home screen and access the information on the app at any time, even if there is no internet connectivity.” The new website is colourful, creative and informative. The home screen features captivating drone footage and stunning imagery of the region, with a longer version also available on YouTube and Facebook. The video content was captured and edited by South Australia’s elliot Grafton, a talented young digital creator. “We wanted a highlight reel that showcases our wonderful region, with glimpses of the many experiences on offer,” Mrs Spurling said. “The video is part of our mission to get visitors and locals to explore more of what is on offer here in the Copper Coast.” The website is also linked to the Australian

Tourism Data Warehouse so it is essential local tourism operators are listed there as that information will automatically transfer to the Copper Coast website. This includes any upcoming events. “The website features an interactive map which has pins dropped at all local attractions, cafes, restaurants, accommodation providers, et cetera,” Mrs Spurling said. “We also have a section targeted at the cruise ship visitors where they can book tours and experiences online.” Mrs Spurling said having a strong digital presence was imperative in this day and age. “It’s the way the world works now, visitors plan their stay online prior to being in the region,” she said. “Our geographical location means that people aren’t going to chance upon us, they need to make a choice about coming here. “That’s why it is so important we market ourselves and provide easily accessible information about what the Copper Coast has to offer. “We know how wonderful it is, but we want everyone to know.” Mrs Spurling said the website works handin-hand with other promotional activities. “People look for that face-to-face contact or tangible information resource, such as the visitors’ guide, once they arrive,” she said. “We also have a new Instagram account and Facebook page to complement the website.” Check out the website at visitcoppercoast.com.au and on socials at Visit Copper Coast.

Wallaroo This is a big deal for our region with increased economic activity, retail spend and demand for tourism experiences. – Lynn Spurling, Copper Coast Council Tourism Coordinator

PROMOTION... Copper Coast Council Tourism Coordinator Lynn Spurling said it is important to have a mix of promotional material for the region including the hard copy visitors’ guide and the new revamped website.

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Milestone year for Kadina Show SPECIAL DAY... Kadina AH&F Show Society president Maxine Tully is gearing up for the 150th Kadina Show this year, Saturday and Sunday, August 15-16.

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This year’s Kadina Show has been 150 years in the making. THE annual event is marking its milestone with another family fun celebration of all things agricultural, horticultural and floricultural on Saturday and Sunday, August 15-16. Kadina AH&F Show Society president Maxine Tully and her capable team of volunteers are well into planning the two days of action. “We’ve booked the SA Police Band, there will be a display of vintage and veteran cars, and we’ve been working hard on a guest speaker to open the day,” Mrs Tully said. “The first show was set up as a way to foster interest in the area and draw together the community of the local district. “That’s still the case today, the show is an important part of community life and showcases agricultural, horticulture and floricultural products. “We want to see that continue and even create experiences for those, particularly children, who don’t necessarily see where their food comes from.” The show’s location changed over the years, from a site between Kadina and Wallaroo to Wandilta Flat and Julia Terrace until organisers settled on its current position in 1883. Mrs Tully has been combing through old papers and records to compile a history book, which will be launched during the 150th celebrations. “We had such great feedback this year about the Grazers and Growers area, and that will be coming back again,” she said. “There’s a strong history of local clubs and businesses having stalls to show their products, and we’d love to hear from any groups who are keen to be part of it.” The showgrounds’ iconic heritage gates were back up in 2019 after having been damaged in a storm, and the show society plans to continue beautifying the entrance. “The area will be paved, with the names of donors as well as all show society presidents and life members,” Mrs Tully said. “It’ll be a great addition and we look forward to helping the show society grow into the future. “We’ve also created a fundraising calendar which is available from various tourism information centres and Wallaroo Treasures and Treats.”


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Experience the new-look Kadina town centre

Kadina is the shopping and services hub of the Copper Coast, and indeed the whole Yorke Peninsula, and that shopping experience has never been better. The Kadina hub has undergone a major revamp with fresh road pavement and a massive new carpark just the start. The town centre is also ideally suited to pedestrians of all ages with wide footpaths and ample crossings. Shoppers will notice a bright and vibrant new look with uniform pavers, new

verandahs, street furniture and plantings. It took almost seven years for Kadina businesses and Copper Coast Council to develop and execute the revamp, including professional concept designs, community consultation and trials. Construction started in 2016 and included extensive stormwater improvements as well as the 400-odd new car parks on Frances Terrace, all within easy walking distance of Kadina hub businesses. Roadworks including raising some roads, installing a new roundabout at a previouslytroublesome intersection, resealing bitumen, paving and erecting the verandahs started in 2017. Old issues such as dangerously-raised kerbs, a lack of traffic-calming measures and ageing infrastructure had caused Kadina’s central business district to look dated and created issues, particularly for the elderly and those with disabilities.

Those problems are all things of the past and the businesses, which have weathered the construction works, now look forward to welcoming shoppers back to the new and improved Kadina hub. Member for Narungga Fraser ellis officially cut the ribbon on what he described as an “unprecedented” development, which received more than $3million in government grants, in September 2019. “The aim of revitalising the Copper Coast’s largest town centre is to make it safer and more user friendly for locals, more attractive for tourists and ultimately more attractive for shoppers in support of Kadina business owners,” Mr ellis said. “What’s ahead now is watching the trees grow and, very importantly, getting behind our local businesses so we can make the most of this significant investment and see them prosper after some tough times they’ve had throughout the building process.”

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IN REMEMBRANCE... The Friends of Port Hughes, and Terry Logan, have worked hard to create a monument to those lost at sea.

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June 3, 1866 John Ease, John Hoskin, Charles Boase — boat capsized July, 1872 John Abernethy — disappeared January 2, 1879 Stephen Botheras — fell overboard January 3, 1885 Richard Rodda, Frank Rodda, William Doughty, David Craig, W. F. Jager — sunk in squall January 9, 1894 Alfred Olds — jumped from boat September 11, 1901 Joe Alexander — dinghy capsized May 21, 1926 E. J. Sims — fell overboard May 30, 1937 George Newtwig — lost in a storm April 1, 1940 Algernon Ernest Pearce — boat capsized February 15, 1945 Escott Ford — fell overboard January 22, 1959 Colin S. Alcorn, Weston G. Arnold, Gertrude M. Arnold — boat capsized October 27, 1959 Max Simms — hit by a water spout November 25, 2007 Janet Cooper — jet ski accident April 14, 2009 David Hogg, Peter Osborn — boat dragged under

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Creating a memorial to those lost at sea A memorial to the men and women who have lost their lives in the waters off Moonta Bay and Port Hughes now stands tall on the Port Hughes foreshore. CONStRuCtiON on the monument, which is two metres high and features a 3m by 1.2m silhouette of a fishing vessel, was completed last year. “it’s been a long time in the making,” terry Logan said. “i had the idea many years ago after i saw similar memorials in Robe and Fremantle. “i spoke to Adrian Hatcher, who was a councillor with the Copper Coast Council at the time, and he suggested we wait until the redevelopment of the boat ramp at Port Hughes.” Mr Logan partnered up with the Friends of Port Hughes, forming a subcommittee with Maggie Dawkins and Bob Helmers, and last year wrote to council outlining his hopes.

“they told me they liked it, that i should work on plans, designs and costs and figure out where it would go,” Mr Logan said. “We decided on the grassed area at Port Hughes because it’s a nice place to sit and reflect.” the group raised $12,000 for the project through donations from service clubs, hotel social groups, businesses and individuals. “the generosity of the community has been invaluable, as well as money, we’ve also received in-kind donations and materials,” Mr Logan said. “Graham Curtis is a local stone mason, he helped with designing the structure and has built it, Lyall Stubing has also been a great help as have Zane Gummow, Dave Steele and Wendy Williams from Moonta Area School. “the support we’ve received from the Copper Coast Council, from Wade Della torre and Muller Mentz and their staff has been immense. “Everything we’ve done has taken time, from sourcing the materials to researching the names.” All the information about those lost will be compiled in a book, which will be available at the Port Hughes General Store and local visitor information centres.


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Putt Putt course a hit The region’s newest attraction, Copper Coast Putt Putt, is in full swing and already proving popular. The challenging 18-hole course boasts an array of eye-catching Copper Coast-themed holes, including a jetty and a smelter, many individually sponsored by local businesses. Officially opened by Copper Coast Council Mayor Roslyn Talbot and Member for Narungga Fraser ellis in September 2019, the course exceeded expectations with 2162 people playing a round in the first two weeks. Copper Coast Council Tourism and events Officer Chloe Barrett said the course was constructed as part of a successful Fund My Neighbourhood Grant. “Copper Coast Putt Putt is a new, affordable, bright and fun attraction for the region which visitors and locals of all ages can enjoy,” she said. “The course is located at the front of the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre which also hosts a range of activities — the Indoor Play Centre, The Farm Shed Museum and Copper Coast Miniature Railways. “There is also a lovely lawn area perfect for picnics and other outdoor activities, so families can really make a day of it.” Member for Narungga Fraser ellis said the course had been an instant hit. “Many locals and visitors who grace our shores are always looking for fun things to do, particularly on bad beach days,” he said. “It completes a fun, must-visit tourist precinct which can only boost visitor numbers and provide a positive experience for our tourists to take away with them, and tell their friends about.” The Copper Coast Putt Putt course is located at 50 Mines Road, Kadina, in front of the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre. It is open from 10am-4pm daily and costs just $5 per game.

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Hughes Enginehouse, built in 1865, housed a Cornish beam pumping engine, which operated pumps in Hughes’ and Taylor's shafts to allow the mining of the main ore body below natural water levels.

Hughes Enginehouse

Discover our local history All of the wonderful attractions you will find on Yorke Peninsula’s Copper Coast can be traced back to the moment copper was discovered in the region.

Hughes then secured mineral leases, which he named the Wallaroo Mine after his sheep station. He hired four Burra miners and started mining at Home Shaft in February 1860. By the middle of the year, 150 miners were employed and the Wallaroo Mining Company was formed. By the mid-1860s, the mine was producing 26,000 ton of ore and, at its zenith between 1870 and 1875, it employed 1000 men and boys.

THE mining boom that resulted led to rapid growth in the region, while also providing a vital boost to the state’s economy. Today, much of that mining history has been lovingly preserved, and the Moonta Mines site takes pride of place on the National Heritage register.

Patrick “Paddy” Ryan discovered traces of copper on a pastoral lease of W. W. Hughes in May 1861. A syndicate was formed and members travelled with Ryan to Moonta to see the precise site. When Hughes heard of the discovery he lodged a claim in the name of a dummy, which was rejected, so he returned to Moonta with a surveyor and met Ryan, who showed him where he had found the copper. The survey information had to be taken to John Taylor. Hughes asked William Horn if he could get to Adelaide by 9am the next day. Horn rode nonstop for 22 hours, covering 164 miles and exhausting eight horses. Taylor and the rival syndicate were both present when the Lands Department opened, but Taylor received first attention and secured the leases. A legal battle went to the Privy Council, but

Wallaroo Mines Copper was first discovered by shepherd James Boor on the pastoral lease of Walter Watson Hughes and his brother-in-law John Duncan. They located copper six miles southwest of the sheep run station called Wallaroo on December 17, 1859. Boor discovered green-coloured stones, which had likely been unearthed by a wombat. He pocketed the stones, forgetting them for a few days before informing Duncan about what he had found.

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Moonta Mines

Hughes settled out of court. He then formed the Tipara Mining Association — later the Moonta Mining Co — and started operations in late 1861. Almost 5000 ton of ore was produced in the first year. Under the management of mine captain H. R. Hancock the project developed rapidly and by 1865 about 1200 men and boys were employed. By 1870, more than 5000 people were dependent on the mine, which was producing 20,000 ton of dressed ore, averaging 20 per cent copper. By 1876, Moonta was the first mining company in Australia to pay one million pounds in dividends. It employed 1700 people. When Moonta and Wallaroo companies amalgamated in 1890, ore worth 5.6million pounds had been mined. The new company employed an average of 1900 people during its 33 years of operation with employment reaching 2700 in 1906.

Smelting The ore needed to be smelted. So, in 1860, the township of Wallaroo was surveyed and the foreshore sold as water allotments to the Wallaroo Mining Company for the establishment of a smelting works. The smelters operated until 1923 and were at one time the largest smelting works in the world apart from Swansea in Wales.


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Heritage drives and walks Why not learn more about this historic region and drive or walk around one of the heritage trails on the Copper Coast? Drop into the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre, Kadina, Moonta Visitor Information Outlet, or Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum and pick up a pamphlet showing the many trails available.

Kadina Heritage Trail The trail starts at the old Railway Station and is a leisurely drive of about 12 kilometres which can be completed easily in less than two hours. The trail gives visitors a balanced impression of the history and development of Kadina and surrounding settlements.

Moonta Heritage Trail This trail starts and ends at the Moonta Town Hall and is a relaxed drive of about 16 kilometres which can be completed easily in less than two hours. The trail gives visitors a balanced impression of the history and development of Moonta and adjacent settlements.

Wallaroo Heritage Trail Starting at the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum, this heritage trail is an easy drive of about nine kilometres which can be completed easily in less than 90 minutes. The trail passes many sites of historical interest and gives visitors an impression of the history and development of Wallaroo.

Moonta Heritage Walk

Richmans concentrating plant operated from 1869 until the mine closed in 1923, crushing and concentrating ore from nearby shafts.

This walk starts and finishes at the town hall. The walking trail covers many of Moonta’s shops, hotels, banks, its post office, meeting halls and several houses. Most of the buildings were erected between 1863 and 1875 and many retain their authentic shopfronts and verandahs.

Kadina Heritage Walk This walk takes in many historic sites including the town hall, churches, hotels and banks. The trail starts and finishes at the heritage-listed town hall and gives visitors an impression of the history and development of Kadina.

Rotary Copper Trail (Rail Trail) See entries in the Kadina and Wallaroo town sections for more details.

Port Hughes Coastal Trail Located between Simms Cove Point, Moonta Bay and the beautiful sandy South Beach, Port Hughes. Interpretive signs along this coastal trail give an insight into the history of the area, all while enjoying the beautiful views out to Spencer Gulf.

Port Hughes to Moonta Trail A safe and convenient walking and cycling path connecting Port Hughes to the Moonta township.

Wallaroo Heritage Walk This walk covers the Wallaroo town centre and the various buildings, commercial and public, dating back to 1861. Most of the Owen Terrace streetscape was erected between 1864 and 1900 but there have been many changes in the use of the buildings.

Wallaroo Smelters Trail At the base of the Hughes chimney stack near the Wallaroo foreshore is the Wallaroo Smelters Trail. This is a short walk with interpretive signs explaining the early smelting history of Wallaroo.

Wallaroo Avenue of Honour Located next to the Wallaroo Town Hall, this trail pays tribute to residents who lost their lives at war.

Port Broughton Historical Walk Richmans Enginehouse

Contact the Port Broughton Visitor Information Outlet for information about the Port Broughton historical walk.

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Discover Kadina Kadina has a population exceeding 5000 people, and if you haven’t visited recently, you’ll find a whole host of new things to see and do. The town’s business centre has had a major revamp to include pedestrian-friendly wide footpaths, ample crossings, a huge number of extra car parks, vibrant murals and more. historic limestone buildings include the Kadina Town hall, local banks and churches. A feature of the town is Victoria Square, a beautiful shady parkland with a playground featuring an impressive Walk in the Trees attraction, barbecue facilities, a historic rotunda and new public amenities. At the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre, you’ll find more than just friendly advice about what you can see and do during your stay. The facility also features a new putt putt course, an indoor playground, miniature train rides, a gigantic museum, souvenirs and more. Wallaroo Mines — where copper was first

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discovered — is a suburb of Kadina, along with Jerusalem, Jericho and Newtown. A few relics of the copper mining industry remain, and many old limestone cottages are still lived in today.

Anglican Community Cafe, Limestone Gallery and Cornish Garden Kadina Anglican Church has created a community cafe, public art gallery and shared garden in a space at the back of the church on Taylor Street. The Anglican Community Cafe is run by volunteers who serve coffee, tea, cakes, scones, milkshakes and light lunches 10am to 2.30pm, Tuesday to Friday. The Limestone Gallery features rotating exhibitions by various artists. All pieces are hung on the cafe’s unique limestone wall which is part of the historical church. The Cornish Garden is a community space where you can go to simply relax and see, touch and smell a variety of plants and shrubs. The garden is planted by volunteers and the public is welcome to pick small amounts of produce for their own use. The space also features a fish pond, chook shed and pizza oven. Address: Corner of Hay and Taylor Streets, Kadina.

Ascot Community Art Exhibition Gallery The Ascot Community Art exhibition Gallery presents a calendar of changing exhibitors, including local interests, charity groups and visiting artists of various styles and media. There are also periodic exhibitions by Country Arts SA. Address: Ascot Cultural Centre Graves Street, Kadina.

Ascot Community Lounge A great place to rest and relax, meet friends or just read the newspaper. Address: Ascot Cultural Centre Graves Street, Kadina.

Copper Coast Indoor Play Centre The Copper Coast Indoor Play Centre offers a fun, safe, awesome play environment for the young family. enjoy coffee and a snack whilst sitting back watching the kids play. Located within the Copper Coast Tourism Centre, the play centre is a great place to be no matter the weather. Address: 50 Mines Road, Kadina.


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Impressive large murals enliven the Kadina town centre, including on the town water tower and the wall of Kadina Jewellers, Hallett Street.

Kadina Main Street

Rotary Copper Trail walking/cycling track

Copper Coast Putt Putt

The region now has a challenging 18-hole putt putt golf course which boasts an array of eye-catching Copper Coast-themed holes. For more information see separate story on page 11 of this guide. Address: Copper Coast Tourism Centre, 50 Mines Road, Kadina

The Rotary Copper Trail runs from between Powell Terrace and Port Road, Kadina, next to the western roundabout, to Wallaroo. Also known as the Rail Trail, it follows the original train line. The path allows people to walk, run or cycle between the towns without having to negotiate vehicular traffic and has been tremendously received since its official opening in 2018. The Rotary Copper Trail includes informative signs about the Wallaroo Mines, shelter stops and more.

Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre The nationally-accredited, award-winning Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre is co-located with The Farm Shed Museum, Copper Coast Indoor Play Centre, Copper Coast Putt Putt and miniature trains. The centre prides itself on offering quality souvenirs, locally-made produce, local history books and an extensive range of information to assist planning your visit to the region or elsewhere in South Australia. Enjoy a coffee or hot chocolate from the coffee machine and sit back while planning your next move with assistance from the friendly staff. The information centre also offers free bicycle hire so you can explore the Copper Coast at your leisure. Address: 50 Mines Road, Kadina.

Copper Country Keepsakes Members of the Copper Country Keepsakes artisans’ group provide an extensive and exciting range of handcrafted quality art, craft, home decor and country gift items for sale in their gift gallery. The emphasis is on originality, with a high standard of workmanship and friendly service. Copper Country Keepsakes is an artisans’ association which supports local charitable organisations and has been operating for 20 years. Address: Ascot Cultural Centre, Graves Street, Kadina.

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Copper Coast Miniature Railway

The Copper Coast Old Engineering and Machinery Club runs miniature train rides. This handmade track operates on selected weekends — usually the first and third Sundays of the month — and is a delight for all ages. Address: Copper Coast Tourism Centre, 50 Mines Road, Kadina.

Ducatoon Park Located on one of the most picturesque properties in the region, Ducatoon Park has been a family-run business for 19 years, although its owners have more than 50 years’ experience in horse breeding. This boutique horse stud specialises in race horses and rearing foals until yearling stage. Visitors are welcome to view the working stud and may even get the chance to cuddle a newborn foal. Guests are also invited to wander through the extensive gardens, large walk-in bird aviary and the “brag room” which showcases award-winning woodwork. Visits are by appointment. Address: Mines Road, Kadina (6km from Kadina towards Moonta)

Kadina Rotary Markets Usually held on the last Saturday of every month in Victoria Square. Goods on offer include fresh produce, art and craft, plants, bric-a-brac, jewellery, tasty hot food products, pottery, homemade cakes and much more. Address: Victoria Square Graves Street, Kadina.

Kadina Show The Kadina Show is one of the longest-running shows in the state and celebrates its 150 year anniversary on August 15-16. Only one show was missed during the war years and its reopening instigated other shows to follow suit. This annual event provides attractions, entertainment, competitions and exhibitions for all ages. Also available are trade market sites and food outlets to satisfy everyone. As you pass through the newly-renovated heritage gates you will be ready for a day of family fun. Address: Agery and Mines Road, Kadina.

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Kernewek Lowender Art Prize Collection The Kernewek Lowender Copper Coast Cornish Festival Art Prize Collection is a fine art collection of works purchased since 1977. The collection, or parts of it, is on permanent display at the Ascot Community Art Exhibition Gallery. Address: Ascot Cultural Centre Graves Street, Kadina.

Statewide Cinema Statewide Cinema, located in the Ascot Theatre, Kadina, screens current-release movies. Screenings are every Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout the year, increasing to six days a week during the school holidays. The cinema is fully air conditioned, has disability access, and provides a well-stocked snack bar where you can purchase freshly popped popcorn, a variety of soft drinks, bottled water and a delicious selection of sweets. Address: Ascot Cultural Centre Graves Street, Kadina.

Yorke Peninsula Veterans and Community Centre Originally a fish-processing factory, this centre was converted into a modern and well-equipped gathering place in 2005. The Ray Robinson Memorial Military Museum, which displays an impressive collection of World War I, World War II and Vietnam War military memorabilia, reflects the centre’s dedication to all those who served in any conflict, anywhere in the world. The collection is being added to continuously through the centre’s restoration workshop, donations and permanent loans. Address: Copper Coast Highway, Kadina (2km from Kadina toward Wallaroo).

The Farm Shed Museum The museum brings together some of the fascinating developments and practices of dryland farming. Exhibits show the hardships endured on the land, detailing the process of land clearing, reliving the vital role of animals on farms and exploring the transition from horse to tractor-powered farming. A collection of varied farming machinery is complemented by Kadina history themes. The Wallaroo mine, where copper mining started, was within sight of Matta House, the historical residence which forms part of the museum. Matta House evokes the mining era. Other displays include Life at Wallaroo Mines; They Served, about local service men and women; The Local Newspaper, with giant printing presses; a 1950s rural schoolroom from Kulpara; Her Side of the Story, about women’s roles on the farm; and Farmyard, highlighting children’s roles on the farm. The farming story starts with a look at many aspects of life for farming families. Interpretive displays follow the process from clearing the scrub to sowing the grain and the progress towards broadacre cereal farming which sustains Yorke Peninsula. Don’t miss the display Sowing the Seed, the harvesting machinery shed, and the vintage tractor and vehicle collection. You will leave with renewed appreciation of how far the Copper Coast has come, and of the tremendous volunteer effort which has gone into creating such high-standard displays. Address: Copper Coast Tourism Centre 50 Mines Road, Kadina.


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Walk in the Trees

Victoria Square is right in the heart of Kadina, alongside the revamped central business district. Walk in the Trees is the latest major attraction to the park, allowing daring children and adults to scale to the top of a webbed rope section and enjoy the view from the treetops before an exhilarating slide back to the ground. Victoria Square also includes the iconic Apex Express locomotive, a large undercover playground, new restroom facilities and a refurbished historical rotunda.

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Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre

The newly-revamped Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre on Doswell Terrace, Kadina, features four indoor board-floor courts, two outdoor courts, an outdoor playground, squash courts, a gym, a swimming pool and more. Memberships available and casual visits for use of gym and other facilities welcome. Address: 1 Doswell Terrace, Kadina

Great coffee, delicious food

Open Open daily daily 10am 10am to to 4pm 4pm Good Friday Friday & & Christmas Christmas Day) Day) (closed (closed Good

$5pp to to play play $5pp Located at at the the Located Copper Coast Coast Visitor Visitor Copper Information Information Centre Centre 50 Mines Mines Road, Road, Kadina Kadina 50 Phone Phone 8821 8821 2333 2333

Monday from 10am Tuesday-Saturday from 9am

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PLAY CENTRE 50 Mines Road Kadina 8821 2333 Open daily from 10am

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(ex. Good Friday and Christmas Day) Under 12 months FREE 1-2 years $4; 3-10 years $6 Don’t forget to wear socks! Free WiFi

GREAT FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!


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WOMBAT HOTEL • ACCOMMODATION • POKIES GREAT MEAL DEALS – 7 DAYS! 19 Taylor Street, Kadina 8821 1108 *Gamble responsibly

Kadina Craft & Sewing Centre

Wide range of fabric and craft supplies • Patchwork • Yarn • Stockists for Janome and Brother sewing machines Genevieve Bache 29 Graves Street, Kadina 0401 278 412 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-noon

4 Digby Street, Kadina 8821 1498 Email: kadina@sportspower.com.au

Anglican Community Cafe, Limestone Gallery and Community Garden

Café and gallery open Tuesday-Friday 10am-2.30pm; Rotary Market days. Garden open 7 days daylight hours. Disability access and conveniences. Access to church through cafe. Enjoy our hospitality. Barista coffee, cake, scones, speciality teas, milkshakes, cold drinks. Light lunches incl. vegetarian.

Taylor Street (corner Hay Street) Kadina – across from Victoria Square – All Welcome

MONTHLY KADINA MARKETS “Help Rotary help the Community” Victoria Square, Kadina 8.30am-12.30pm

8821 2899 ALL HEALTH FUNDS WELCOME. PREFERRED FUNDS:

Phone 0447 768 279 Email rotarynyp@gmail.com ARTS, CRAFTS, FRESH PRODUCE, FOOD, BRIC-A-BRAC, JEWELLERY & MORE! Dates for 2020: January 18, February 29, March 28, April 18, May 30 June 27, July 25, Aug 29, Sept 26, Oct 31, Nov 28 and Dec 12

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THE ASCOT Ascot Community Lounge Copper Country Keepsakes

Gift gallery offering an exciting range of quality art, craft, home décor and gift items by local artisans

Kernewek Lowender Art Prize Collection

Prizewinners and judges’ selections from works entered in the Art Prize since 1977

Visual Art Exhibition

Exhibits by local and visiting artists

open Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm saturday 10am-noon

International Chef Andrea welcomes you!

Bellagio

Private Functions – Weddings – Catering – Special Occasions – Large Bookings Dine in or takeaway – Fully licensed or BYO THE

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For further information opening hours and locations visit www. coppercoast.sa.gov.au

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Desmond’s M E AT S E RV I C E

SCREENING @ THE ASCOT THEATRE KADINA

Award-winning smallgoods, high-quality meats with good old-fashioned service!

Phone 0447 646 825 – For current movie screening information visit www.statewidecinema.com.au

Cornish Bakehouse Fresh Baked Daily

A massive range to suit every tastebud!

Open Monday–Saturday. Closed Sunday & Public Holidays

25 Graves Street, Kadina 8821 4122

17 TAYLOR STREET, KADINA 8821 1019

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Moonta, Moonta Mines and Moonta Bay

Moonta Main Street

Moonta was home to more than 10,000 people during its mining heyday in 1870, the second highest population in the state behind the capital city of Adelaide. Today, many of the iconic Moonta Mines structures still exist, protected by Sa and National Heritage listing. It’s a must see, but the area offers far more than just its history. Moonta, Moonta Bay and Port Hughes are home to sweeping white beaches, new boat-launching facilities for fishers, the shady Queen Square with its new wombat statues, a bustling central business district

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and numerous acclaimed eateries, to name just a few attractions. Sea-changing retirees, beach-loving families, anglers and people from all walks of life make up the many holidaymakers who often become regular visitors or even permanent residents.

Horse-drawn Tram Visitors can view this restored horse-drawn tram through a viewing window at the Moonta Mines Tourist Railway platform. This is located in the car park of the Moonta Mines Museum. Address: Verran Terrace, Moonta Mines.

Hughes Enginehouse Hughes Enginehouse is one of Moonta’s iconic buildings and features prominently in almost all Moonta promotional material. It was built from 1863 to 1865 and was a significant contributor to the success of the Moonta Mining Company, its function being

to pump water from the underground workings on the largest ore bodies. The Cornish-beam pumping engine pumped water from the adjacent shaft at a depth of 366 metres, and from Taylor’s Shaft 300m to the north at a depth of 768m, until the mine closed in 1923. Address: Moonta Mines (follow signs from Verran Terrace).

Moonta Country Markets Crowds flock to the Moonta Country Markets in Queen Square. Stallholders sell crafts, toys, collectables, jewellery, books, produce and bric-a-brac. There is plenty of food and drinks available, including baked goods and homemade produce. Road tram rides are available around the town. The 2020 markets will be held on Sundays March 8 and october 4. Address: Queen Square, Moonta.


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Moonta Bay Jetty The long L-shaped jetty is well worth the visit when you are at Moonta Bay. Upgraded in 2012, the jetty provides a perfect spot for recreational fishing. The catch of the day may include Australian herring (tommy ruff), garfish and squid, especially towards the late afternoon and evening when the tide is on the way in. There is a recently-upgraded swimming enclosure which can be accessed via the jetty. The Moonta Bay beach is located directly in front of the Moonta Bay Caravan Park, and is a lovely sandy beach suitable for all ages. When the tide goes out there is plenty of beach to play on and shallow rock pools to explore. On the south side of the Moonta Bay jetty the white, sandy beach extends all the way to Port Hughes.

Splash Town Water Park

Located at Moonta Bay near the jetty and safe swimming enclosure is Splash Town Water Park. On offer is free entry to a whole lot of fun — racer slides, water mushrooms and wading pools. Changing and toilet facilities are available on site. Splash Town is open October to April. For Splash Town opening days and hours, contact the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre on 8821 2333, or visit the Facebook page www.facebook.com/splashtowncoppercoast

Miners Cottage and Garden Opened by the National Trust as a museum on October 9, 1967, the cottage is preserved for the present and future generations so they may appreciate the way Cornish families lived in the area without reticulated water or electricity. Step back in time and see the way the pioneers of the area lived. The cottage and its magnificent garden are lovingly tended by a group of enthusiastic volunteers. Address: Verco Street, Moonta Mines.

Moonta Gallery of the Arts Moonta Gallery of the Arts is all about keeping the arts alive. The gallery has a different exhibition each month with most exhibitions having their own opening events. Exhibitions range from local to internationally-renowned artists with a range of themes and styles. Contact the gallery for information about upcoming opening nights and exhibitions. Most artwork is for sale. Address: Moonta Town Hall, George Street, Moonta.

Moonta Mines Museum Moonta Mines Museum is in the former Moonta Mines Model School which once enrolled almost 1250 pupils. It houses displays depicting the old Cornish lifestyle including mining, sports and pastimes, military, music, homewares, clothing and photography. There is an interesting collection of the equipment belonging to many of lodges and guilds of old Moonta, as well as a refurbished school classroom. Address: Verran Terrace, Moonta Mines.

Splash Town Water Park

Moonta Mines Tourist Railway A trip on the hugely popular, award-winning tourist train leaves from the Wheal Munta station located in the car park of the Moonta Mines Museum. It takes passengers on an entertaining 50minute guided tour through the historic landmarks of former mining operations. Sit back and listen to the history of the region and the stories of the world-renowned Cornish miners, the workings of the mines and ore sorting floors, reservoir and the tunnel through Ryan’s tailing heap, as well as other interesting tales. Address: Verran Terrace, Moonta Mines.

Moonta Coffee Barn and Gelateria

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Moonta Mines Sweet Shop

Many consider the number one place to visit on the Copper Coast to be the Moonta Mines Sweet Shop. Located in the old Moonta Mines Post Office, this well-stocked sweet shop features a large variety of oldfashioned drinks and sweets. Address: Verran Terrace, Moonta Mines.

Moonta Tourist Train

Nook & Nourish

Moonta Main Street dining

Moonta School of Mines Moonta School of Mines has a helpful group of friendly volunteers who have years of experience and are able to help research family history. There is also equipment and facilities to help visitors research their own family history and discover their Cornish ancestry. There are interesting displays and collections to see, including an extensive medical display, working mine models and many old photographs. Address: Ellen Street, Moonta.

Richmans Enginehouse This engine house was designed and erected by Frederick May in 1869 and was constructed using stone from local Moonta Bay beaches. The main purpose of the enginehouse was for hauling, pumping and crushing, and it was continually used to process and concentrate the ore until the mines closed in 1923. Address: Moonta Mines (follow signs from Verran Terrace).

Richmans Tailing Heap A superb view of the surrounding district can be seen from the top of the 20-metre-high tailing heap at Moonta Mines. Address: Moonta Mines (follow signs from Verran Terrace).

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Moonta Mines Methodist Church The stone Moonta Mines Methodist Church was erected by Wesleyan Methodists in 1865, and the foundation stone was laid by mining icon Cap’n Hancock. A gallery was added in 1872, giving the church a seating capacity of 1250. A pipe organ was purchased in 1890 thanks to a donation by Cap’n Hancock, and it’s still used to this day. The church is open to visitors 1.30pm to 4pm on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from May to August, and 1.30pm to 4pm Wednesdays to Sundays from September to April. A gold coin donation is greatly appreciated. Address: 557 Milne Street, Moonta Mines

Old Railway Station and Moonta Tourist Office This beautiful building at the entrance to the town is more than 100 years old. It houses the National Trust of South Australia Moonta branch and the local visitor information outlet. Pamphlets and maps of the area describing the many National Trust venues as well as other interesting features are available, and

group bookings can also be made with the help of the friendly volunteer staff. Quality souvenirs, giftware and many books relevant to Moonta’s history can also be found here. Whilst in the grounds, take time to see the World War I trophy gun and learn about its history. Address: Blanche Terrace, Moonta.

Statewide Cinema Statewide Cinema, located in the Moonta Town Hall, screens current-release movies. Screenings are every Wednesday and Sunday throughout the year, increasing to six days a week during the school holidays. The cinema is air conditioned, has disability access, and provides a well-stocked snack bar where you can purchase fresh popcorn, a variety of soft drinks, bottled water and a delicious selection of sweets. Address: George Street, Moonta.

The Blacksmith Shop This working display at Moonta Mines provides visitors with a view of an operating traditional blacksmith shop from back in the copper mining days. Handcrafted items are available for purchase. Address: Verran Terrace, Moonta Mines.


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The Port Hughes jetty is one of the most popular year-round fishing spots on the Yorke Peninsula.

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Port Hughes fishing

Port Hughes Port Hughes is home to tremendous fishing, a Greg Norman-designed top-quality golf course, and everything you need for a seaside stay. The town jetty is a great spot for fishing and blue swimmer crabs, Australian herring (tommy ruff), garfish and squid are just some of the species on the menu. Port hughes is also a boatie's paradise, with a newly-refurbished boat ramp now boasting more lanes for launching and retrieving protected by breakwaters as well as ample parking, wash-down facilities and more. South Beach has gained a reputation as one of the state's most pristine, and is just one of many sections of beautiful coastline Port hughes has to offer. The Port hughes Coastal Trail begins at Simms Cove and is a great way to take in the scenery while learning about the town's history.

Copperclub Golf Course

Copperclub Golf Course Greg Norman-designed golf course, Copperclub, is the centrepiece of The Dunes, Port hughes. The Dunes is a quality beachside destination for golfing enthusiasts, families and tourists, offering stunning coastal views. The Copperclub Golf and Community Association invites you to come and try the magnificent links-style golf course. The course seamlessly integrates with its landscape, taking advantage of the natural contours of the land. Its greens and fairways are amongst the best in South Australia and it’s the only greens-based course on Yorke Peninsula. Play nine or 18 holes — you choose. Golf carts and hire clubs are available, so there is no excuse not to experience this championship-standard course. After your game of golf, enjoy the Deck Bar & Cafe with magnificent views over the sand dunes to the pristine waters of the Spencer Gulf. Address: Albatross Drive, Port Hughes.

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MUST SEE – MOONTA Your local supermarket

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● MOONTA MINES MUSEUM daily 1pm-4pm MINER’S COTTAGE Wed, Sat & Sun 1.30pm-4pm ● TOURIST RAILWAY Wed 2pm, Sat & Sun 1pm, 2pm, 3pm ● MOONTA MINES SWEET SHOP daily 10am-4pm ● FAMILY HISTORY & RESOURCE CENTRE Tues-Wed & Sat-Sun 1pm-4pm ●

MUSEUM TOURIST TRAIN, COTTAGE AND SWEET SHOP OPEN DAILY DURING SA SCHOOL AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

TOURIST OFFICE (OLD RAILWAY STATION) DAILY 9AM-5PM

GROUP TOUR BOOKINGS SOUVENIRS, LOCAL PRODUCE, ART AND BOOKS PHONE 8825 1891 Email: info@moontatourism.org.au Web: www.moontatourism.org.au

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CAFE. HEALTHY EATS. NOURISH. FRESH. • Organic coffee • Fresh juices • Protein smoothies and bowls • Raw treats • Gluten free • Vegan friendly Cafe offering healthy eats to meet a range of dietry needs Serving fresh and wholesome foods daily

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Beachfront Port Hughes

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3 Owen Terrace, Wallaroo Phone 8823 2840

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10 George Street, Moonta Phone 8825 3400

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SPLASH TOWN – COPPER COAST Free entry to a whole lot of fun! Splash Town offers a safe swimming enclosure, racer slides, water mushrooms, wading pools, changing and toilet facilities. Bay Road, Moonta Bay 8821 2333 www.coppercoast.sa.gov.au

Ideal family holiday in beautiful Port Hughes. Close to all facilities, walking distance to the beach, Port Hughes Tavern, shop and jetty. Air conditioned, looking towards Moonta Bay. Sleeps up to 10, and includes table tennis, darts and other games plus barbecue provided. Large lounge, two bathrooms and two toilets. Close to the Greg Norman designed Dunes Golf Course, and boat ramp. Something for everyone.

22 Minnie Terrace, Port Hughes 8832 2623 Book now www.countrygetaways.com.au/shore-times

Regional – Seasonal – Local • “Original” Cornish pasty • Gifts • Coffee and cakes • Local produce • All-day breakfast and light meals

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MOONTA GALLERY OF THE ARTS Open daily from 11am-3pm

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Catering, cakes and meal prep

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2km south on Moonta/Maitland Rd Phone 8825 2315 Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10am–5pm; EVERY DAY during school holidays and long weekends 10am–5pm

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Wallaroo Wallaroo beaches

North Beach, Wallaroo

Wallaroo is the largest seaside town in the Copper Coast, allowing you to drive straight onto a magnificent beach, step out of the car and feel the sand between your toes. WAllArOO features popular spots to eat, stay and shop, including the Wallaroo Shopping Centre. Its shipping terminal caters for international grain needs and shares the picturesque foreshore with ideal spots to fish, swim or just relax. Wallaroo was once the second busiest port in South Australia, mainly due to mining and smelting. Many historic buildings of that time are still preserved. There is plenty of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets ranging from inexpensive stays to tourist parks, group accommodation, luxury apartments and holiday rentals. People visit for the boating, fishing, coastline, walking trails and all the things that

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make a seaside resort, but also the history and association with the past. One new attraction is a mural at the old railway station, near the fantastic Wallaroo Adventure Playground. Don’t forget the sunsets — Wallaroo frequently turns on quite a display.

Rotary Copper Trail walking/cycling track The rotary Copper Trail between Wallaroo and Kadina allows people to walk, run, cycle or use their mobility aids without having to negotiate vehicular traffic. The track starts with the Wallaroo Avenue of Honour which recognises those who lost their lives in war, located near the Wallaroo Town Hall.

Wallaroo has a number of beaches including Office Beach, North Beach and Sailing Club Beach. All are great for swimming. North Beach is one of the few beaches in South Australia on which a vehicle can still be driven. Wallaroo is also popular for scuba divers and snorkelers. For those looking for the ultimate day’s fishing, Wallaroo is an ideal destination.

It then stretches along the original railway line to Kadina with informative signs, shelter stops and sights along the way.

Drakes Supermarkets’ Copper Coast New Year’s Eve Celebrations Chatfield Terrace at Wallaroo comes alive every New Year’s Eve, when families can enjoy a variety of sideshows and amusements, and plenty of great carnival food. The whole family will love the spectacular fireworks displays which can be viewed at 9.30pm and again at midnight to bring in the New Year. The New Year’s Eve Celebration is an alcohol-free event. Address: Chatfield Terrace, Wallaroo


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Wallaroo Holiday Park

Wallaroo Community Sports Club The multi-million-dollar Wallaroo Community Sports Club opened in 2011, and is located alongside the 18-hole irrigated Wallaroo Golf Course. The centre is now the home for the Wallaroo golf, croquet and bowls clubs. It features indoor carpeted rinks, a bar and a function centre which can seat 300 people. The sports club is open for meals some evenings. Address: Cornish Terrace, Wallaroo.

Wallaroo Guided Walking Tours Take a historical walk around Wallaroo and learn more about the many buildings on the SA Heritage Register. Tours are offered during peak tourism times or group bookings can be arranged by appointment. Departing from the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum, this tour takes about 90 minutes. Address: Jetty Road, Wallaroo.

Coopers Alehouse

Fishing

Tarnasey Farm

Experience farm life and get up close and personal with animals including chickens, cows, sheep, horses and more. Located between Wallaroo and Kadina, Tarnasey Farm features Little Farmer Tours by appointment. Come for a visit or stay in Tarnasey’s new accommodation cabins. Owner Kerry Dunn unveiled Tarnasey Farm’s seven two-bedroom selfcontained cabins which sleep up to six people in 2018. Parents/carers can relax in deluxe but affordable accommodation and know their children are in a safe and fun environment. A farm tour and animal feeding experience are included with every stay. Address: 2015 Ellis Road, between Wallaroo and Kadina.

Tarnasey Farm

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Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum

Wallaroo Sailing Club beach has become a popular spot due to its enclosed nature and soft white sand. Sailors, kayakers and the like can launch straight from the beach.

This fascinating museum is in the town’s first post office, built in 1865, and provides an important insight into the early activities of this historic port. The museum consists of displays highlighting Wallaroo’s unique heritage. The extensive displays cover the copper smelting era (1861-1923), maritime, shipwrecks, railways, postal and telephone history, local religious life, civic affairs, entertainment, sport, the war years and general local history. The days of sail are illustrated in the large nautical section where visitors can follow the close links the area had with copper mining and smelting, agriculture and the sea. The history of the port of Wallaroo is depicted with more than 70 large ship models, photographs, documents, relics and old record books. An intriguing exhibit is George the giant squid, found inside the stomach of a whale caught off Albany, Western Australia, many years ago. Address: Jetty Road, Wallaroo.

Wallaroo Information Outlet For visitor information, visit the Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum. Phone 8823 3015. Address: Jetty Road, Wallaroo.

Wallaroo Jetty Wallaroo jetty is 867 metres long with three berths each side accommodating large freighters which utilise the significant bulk grain handling facilities. Pristine waters provide a haven for multitudes of marine life including garfish, squid and whiting.

Wallaroo Sailing Club Wallaroo Sailing Club is the place to be if you have a love for sailing or if you enjoy being near the sea. During summer, racing starts at 2pm most Sundays, and the club is the ideal spot to watch the various classes of boats sailing around Wallaroo Bay. If you are new to sailing, the club offers learn to sail courses on Sundays. Friday night is social night with full bar facilities and meals available. Other activities available include radio-controlled yachts on Tuesday mornings and Thursday evenings during summer. Visitors are welcome any time. The venue is available for hire for conferences, weddings and other private functions, phone 0419 178 988. For more information, visit www.revolutionise.com.au/wallaroosailing Address: Heritage Drive, Wallaroo.

Office Beach, Wallaroo

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FOR HIRE

BLD: 206 702

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10-metre berth at Copper Cove Marina, Wallaroo

Power and water supply connected. Short-term or long-term. $25 per day or $100 per week. Save the hassle of putting your boat in and out the water every time you want to sail or fish! Phone 0407 242 270 to book


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49 OWEN TERRACE WALLAROO 8823 3457

l Traditional fish and chips l Hot packs l Yiros l Hot dogs l Hamburgers l Always cooking FRESH LOCAL fish! l Fast friendly service with a smile!

SHOP 4-5/50 HUGHES ST WALLAROO 8823 2069 PHONE ORDERS WELCOME – OPEN 7 DAYS

TAKEAWAY OR DINE IN

HERITAGE DRIVE, WALLAROO 0419 178 988

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*GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY

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WALLAROO SAILING CLUB

email: info@coppercoasthotel.com.au

GREAT FOOD GREAT SERVICE

www.coppercoasthotel.com.au

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8823 3588 ccdwallaroo.com.au

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35 Owen Terrace Wallaroo 8823 2049

Little farmer tours available Tours run 10am Bookings essential

SELF-CONTAINED 2-BEDROOM CABIN ACCOMMODATION **Book online through our website** Fully interactive farm experience for children and adults

0432 268 004

LOCATED BETWEEN KADINA & WALLAROO

check us out at www.tarnaseyfarm.com

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Beachfront units/sites l Pet friendly (on sites only) l New camp kitchen Free WI-FI l Kiosk, barbecue area l Playground l Café/Restaurant l Bouncy pillow l Disabled facilities l Bike track l Games room l Petting zoo l Hire equipment – go karts, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards l

Pamir Court, Wallaroo

Phone 8823 2531

Email stay@wallarooholidaypark.com.au Web www.wallarooholidaypark.com.au

Your host: Michael Byrne and team of friendly staff

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Iluka Apartments

SeasideVet Surgery

l Panoramic views over Wallaroo Bay l Premium accommodation for up to 6 people l Lock-up car and boat garage l BBQ area

Dr John Carles

54 Esplanade, North Beach, Wallaroo Call 0418 859 415 or 0439 852 492

24 John Tce, Wallaroo Tel 08 88 233 233 seasidevet.com.au

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5 Owen Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 3692

DINE-IN OR TAKE AWAY

Email: rsl.wallaroo@gmail.com 10 Elizabeth Street, Wallaroo Phone 8823 2807

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W A LL A RO O TR EA SU RE S A N D TR EATS CA FE A HUGE RANGE OF RETRO-RUSTIC TREASURES. COME IN AND TRY OUR SCRUMPTIOUS HOMEMADE TREATS.

Come and discover • Great beer • Great service • Great atmosphere POKIES

37-39 OWEN TERRACE 0407 790 842 Open 7 days Monday-Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 9am-2pm

26 ALEXANDER STREET, WALLAROO 8823 2444 *GAMBLE RESPONSIBLY

Experience Ultimate Beachfront Heritage Accommodation

WALLAROO HERITAGE & NAUTICAL MUSEUM Jetty Road, Wallaroo Four large buildings showcasing Wallaroo’s history See ‘George’ the Giant Squid! Heritage displays, souvenirs and information Open daily 10am-4pm

Absolute beachfront with great sea and jetty views, short walking distance to shops, cafés and restaurants. Small or large group options available.

1A HERITAGE DRIVE, WALLAROO 0437 724 473

For group bookings/enquiries Phone 8823 3015

www.wallaroosmeltersaccommodation.com.au email: sharonmhaines5@gmail.com

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NATIONAL TRUST SOUTH AUSTRALIA

https://wallaroocommunity.com.au/attractions-museum


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ALL DAY BREAKFAST FROM 7AM – GF AVAILABLE

MEGASHAKES AND SMOOTHIES

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OPEN FROM TUESDAY TO SUNDAY

15 OWEN TERRACE WALLAROO 8823 2329

4 Chatfield Terrace Wallaroo 8823 2202

OPEN 7 DAYS Open Friday and Saturday nights for dinner during summer

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Quality accommodation in the heart of Wallaroo. Standard and Deluxe rooms, all with ensuite, s/s r/c air conditioning, LCD TV, microwave, tea/coffee making. Free Wi-Fi, off-street parking, breakfast available 7 days, easy walking to beach, jetty, supermarket, shops, dining and cafes. We provide quiet, comfortable accommodation at a realistic price (no bar or pokies).

18 John Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 2291

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Absolute beachfront

l Beachfront units or powered sites l Pet friendly (sites only) l Jumping pillow l Family owned and operated, centrally located

Wallaroo Shopping Centre

2 Owen Terrace Wallaroo 8821 5000

wallaroobeachfronttouristpark.com.au 11 Jetty Road, Wallaroo | 8823 2722 stay@wallaroobeachfronttouristpark.com.au

Liquorstore

Wallaroo Shopping Centre

2 Owen Terrace, Wallaroo 8821 5030

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Stay on the Copper Coast, play everywhere on Yorke Peninsula The Copper Coast is the perfect home base for adventures throughout Yorke Peninsula and the Mid North. Ample accommodation means there is something for everyone close to all the shopping, amenities and attractions the Copper Coast has to offer. Just a short drive from your Copper Coast stay, you will find endless options to fill in your day. Yorke peninsula is home to cellar doors, a micro-distillery and micro-breweries, all close enough to be enjoyed on a single-day round trip from your accommodation. Barley Stacks Wines, South Kilkerran, and emoyeni Wines, Ardrossan, feature a range of unique wines including from locallygrown grapes, and have cellar doors open for tastings. A short trip back north will lead you to Sunny Hill Distillery, York peninsula’s first micro-distillery, which produces premium vodka and gin. You could also head north to port Broughton, perhaps calling into what has quickly become one of the area’s most revered food stops, Karimi’s Kitchen, at Alford on the way. Once you’re in port Broughton, you can enjoy the coastal lifestyle, children’s attractions, local shops and town jetty. Just half an hour from the Copper Coast, port Broughton makes for an easy and relaxing trip. For those willing to travel a little further, the peninsula is brimming with possibilities. make a day trip to Innes National park to explore pristine coastal beauty at its finest, try your luck fishing from the glorious beaches or even take to the waves — Innes features South Australia’s best surf breaks. Or, for a rewarding and educational cultural experience, book in with the multi-award-winning Aboriginal Cultural Tours SA. Host Quenten Agius offers out-bush and coastal Aboriginal cultural experiences of the Yorke peninsula and mid North regions, as well as the Clare Valley, Burra and Southern Flinders Ranges. If you are keen to experience the peninsula’s beauty on foot, the Walk the Yorke trail extends from the foreshores of the Copper Coast right around the entire Yorke peninsula with spectacular views from start to finish. When you stay on the Copper Coast, you have the entire Yorke peninsula within your reach.

Peninsula’s Wine of Australia Riesling | Shiraz | Sparkling Shiraz “The mooster” | port Cellar Door Tastings & Sales

Ossie 0408 841 164 | maria 0409 373 186 | hollitt@netyp.com.au

You can receive your local newspaper in an electronic format - to your computer, to your smart phone or to your tablet. For more information call 8821 1155 or visit https://ypct.partica.online/

Karimi’s Kitchen

Sunny Hill Distillery Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Barley Stacks Wine

Emoyeni Wines

Karimi’s Kitchen

Innes National Park

“An authentic cultural experience”

0429 367 121

SA Tourism Award Winner and Tourism Hall of Fame

OPEN FRIDAY-SUNDAY 11am-6pm Check online for extended holiday trading

8658 Upper Yorke Road Arthurton 0418 896 449 www.sunnyhilldistillery.com.au Drink responsibly

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PORT BROUGHTON

Ar ra ng e a tim e fo r a ta ste !

35A Bowman Rd Ardrossan SA

All the paper. All online.

Port Broughton Visitor Outlet

Brown’s Beach Innes National Park


Discover Innes

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Innes National Park is only a couple of hours from the Copper Coast at the foot of Yorke Peninsula, and makes for the perfect day trip. Innes features breathtaking coastal scenery, numerous beautiful beaches, the historical Inneston township, a chance to get up close and personal with native wildlife and more. Innes is also a surfer's dream and offers outstanding shore-based fishing. Among the many attractions is the ethel shipwreck, which rises from ethel Beach and at certain times can be fully exposed in all its glory. The park is accessible by two-wheel drive, and can also be enjoyed by bushwalking with trails ranging from half-hour strolls to four-hour adventures. Those wishing to stay longer, or return in the future, can also camp. Visiting Innes National Park requires a permit which can be obtained via www.parks.sa.gov.au.

Amazing food in Alford

CURRY SPECIALS EVERY FRIDAY

A L L D AY M E N U Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm Friday 8am-6pm

8824 2369

Uniquely Yorke Peninsula Cellar Door and Function Centre Open 7 days 10am-5pm

8834 1258 | barleystackswines.com

PORT BROUGHTON VISITOR OUTLET Situated in the Community Hall 34 McKay Street Offers information, brochures, referrals to local attractions and the opportunity to chat to a ‘local’ friendly volunteer! Office open 9.30am-3.30pm weekdays and 9am–noon Saturdays P: 0498 085 012 | E: visitor@barungawest.sa.gov.au

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Cruise Ship Visit Wallaroo

JANUARY 3

National Sailing Championships

JANUARY 4-12

Variety Clubs MGA Undies 500

JANUARY 12

Yorkers Basketball Carnival

FEBRUARY 22-23

Wallaroo Northbank Family Fishing Competition

TBC

Copper Coast Cycling Cup in Moonta

Moonta Country Markets

MARCH 8

Moonta Show ‘n’ Shine

MARCH 8

Copper Club Autumn Classic

MARCH 20-22

Seafood on Spencer

APRIL 10 Copper Coast 500 Sprints

APRIL 26

SAVE THE DATE

Miners Marathon

TBC

28th, 29th, 30th September 2021

Tasting Australia, Yorkes Emporium

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TBC Kadina Swap Meet/Show ‘n’ Shine

JUNE 14

Phone: 8827 2040 Email: ceo@ypfielddays.com.au Web: www.ypfielddays.com.au

Kadina Show

AUGUST 15-16

FRASER ELLIS MP

Moonta Country Markets

MEMBER FOR NARUNGGA

OCTOBER 15

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51 Robert Street Maitland SA 5573 Ph: (08) 8832 2455 www.fraserellis.com.au Email: narungga@parliament.sa.gov.au Fraser Ellis MP - Member for Narungga @FraserNarungga

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DECEMBER 31 Kadina Rotary Markets and Copper Coast Markets

FOR DATES SEE ADVERT PAGE 19 Wallaroo Markets

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School Terms Term 1

JAN 28-APR 9

Term 2

APR 27-JUL 3

Term 3

JUL 20-SEPT 25

Term 4

Public Holidays OCT 12-DEC 11

2019 Miner’s Marathon on the Rotary Copper Trail

New Year’s Day Holiday

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1

Australia Day

MONDAY, JANUARY 27 March Public Holiday

MONDAY, MARCH 9 Good Friday

FRIDAY, APRIL 10 Easter Saturday

2021 Kernewek Lowender

SAVE THE DATE 17th-23rd May 2021

SATURDAY, APRIL 11 Easter Monday

MONDAY, APRIL 13 Anzac Day

SATURDAY, APRIL 25 Queen’s Birthday

MONDAY, JUNE 8 Labour Day

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5 Christmas Eve

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24 Christmas Day

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 Boxing Day

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26 New Year’s Eve

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31

Government of South Australia South Australian Tourism Commission

Visit kernewek.org or find us on Facebook

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Ascot Cultural Centre Graves Street, Kadina Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre 50 Mines Road, Kadina Victoria Square Graves Street, Kadina McDonald’s restaurant Forster Street, Kadina John Terrace, Wallaroo Ellen Street, Moonta

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Wallaroo foreshore Moonta Bay foreshore Port Broughton foreshore Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre 50 Mines Road, Kadina  Kadina Community Library 1a Doswell Terrace, Kadina Moonta Community Library Blanche Terrace, Moonta Wallaroo Library 9 John Terrace, Wallaroo Port Broughton School Community Library East Terrace, Port Broughton

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Kadina Community Library Doswell Terrace 8821 0444 Moonta Community Library Blanche Terrace 8825 1511 Wallaroo Library 2 John Terrace 8823 2924

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Kadina Car Wash 11 Taylor Street, Kadina

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The Yorke Peninsula Country Times newspaper is published in Kadina with news from all over Yorke Peninsula and is available every Tuesday afternoon in newsagencies, local supermarkets and other outlets. Alternatively, visit ypct.realviewdigital.com to purchase the full version online. Gulf FM 89.3 is the Copper Coast’s community radio station. For program information, visit gulffm.com.au.

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Kadina Medical Associates 77-79 Port Road, Kadina 8821 3133, after hours 8823 0200 Moonta Medical Clinic Majors Road, Moonta 8825 2309 Owen Terrace Medical Practice 31 Owen Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 2002 Wallaroo Hospital Ernest Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 0200 Broughton Clinic 22 Bay Street, Port Broughton 8635 2282 Port Broughton District Hospital Bay Street, Port Broughton 8635 2200

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Kadina 56 Graves Street Moonta 18 Ryan Street Wallaroo Shop 19, 2 Owen Terrace Port Hughes 1 Minnie Terrace

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Copper Triangle Taxis 8821 3444 Moonta Passenger and Taxi Service 0447 528 000 Wallaroo Bayside Taxis 8823 2322


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Kadina Victoria Square, Graves Street Toilets, playground, electric barbecues Kadina Newtown playground, Lawrence Street Toilets, playground, electric barbecues Kadina Apex Park, Rendell Street Toilets, playground, electric barbecues Kadina Copper Coast Indoor Play Centre, 50 Mines Road Admission: under 12 months, free; 1-2 year olds, $4; 3-10 year olds, $6 Kadina Skate Park, Doswell Terrace Moonta Bay Polgreen Park, Bay Road Toilets, playground, electric barbecues, children’s bicycle tracks Moonta Bay foreshore reserve Toilets, playground, electric barbecues Moonta Queen Square, George Street Toilets, picnic areas Moonta Victoria Park, Milne Terrace Bush park with walking tracks Moonta Bay foreshore Splash Town, Bay Road Moonta Skate Park, Verran Terrace Port Hughes Playground, West Terrace Toilets, playground, electric barbecues, picnic areas Wallaroo Adventure Playground, John Terrace Toilets, adventure playground, electric barbecues Wallaroo Davies Square, Wildman Street Historic rotunda, picnic areas, electric barbecues Wallaroo Sincock Square Reserve, Victoria Street North Beach Playground, Clayton Drive Shaded playground, outdoor fitness equipment, basketball court and more North Beach North Shores playground, Timaru Way Wallaroo Skate Park, Hughes Street, Wallaroo

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Newbery Chemists 24 Graves Street, Kadina 8821 2055 8 George Street, Moonta 8825 2063 45 Owen Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 2524 Copper Coast Pharmacist Advice 77-79 Port Road, Kadina 8821 2600 United Discount Chemist 32 McKay Street, Port Broughton 8635 2205

Public toilets For exact locations and facilities, visit toiletmap.gov.au. n Kadina: Frances Terrace, Graves Street, Rendell Street, Lawrence Street, Mines Road (Visitor Information Centre). n Moonta, Moonta Bay, Port Hughes: Ellen Street, George Street, Henry Street, Milne Terrace, Retallick Road, Caroline Street, Simms Cove Road, Bay Road (Splash Town Water Park), Pryor’s Lane (Visitor Information Centre). n Wallaroo: Owen Terrace, Victoria Street, Spencer Highway, John Terrace, Heritage Drive, Jetty Road, Abraham Rydeberg Drive, Clayton Drive, Esplanade.

RV-friendly parking Parking is available at the following locations. Terms and conditions apply. Permits required. For more information, contact the Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre, 50 Mines Road, Kadina, on 8821 2333. RV-friendly parking is for self-contained motorhomes. Minimal to no services or facilities are available at these sites. n Kadina showgrounds, Mines Road (up to five-night stays allowed). n Paskeville, East Terrace (community sporting complex). n Kulpara, Bute-Kulpara Road (next to tennis courts). n Bute, Corner Railway Terrace and Kulpara Road (adjacent to fauna park). n Alford, old school oval (donation requested). n Wallaroo, Cornish Terrace (former grain sampling yards, overnight stays only). n Moonta, corner of Blythe Terrace and Moonta-Wallaroo Road

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Kadina, corner of Mine Crescent and Doswell Terrace Port Hughes, Port Hughes Tourist Park, South Terrace Wallaroo, corner of May’s Crossing and Victoria Street Moonta, Frances Terrace Port Broughton, Upper Yorke Road (adjacent to SES shed)

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YP Vets 20 Port Road, Kadina 8821 3350 Seaside Vet Surgery 24 John Terrace, Wallaroo 8823 3233

Visitor information Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre The Farm Shed Museum and Tourism Centre 50 Mines Road, Kadina Free call: 1800 654 991 Phone: (08) 8821 2333 Email: visit@coppercoast.sa.gov.au Web: www.visitcoppercoast.com.au Facebook: www.facebook.com/coppercoastVIC

Moonta Tourist Office Old Railway Station Blanche Terrace, Moonta Phone: 8825 1891

Port Broughton Visitor Outlet Port Broughton Community Hall 34 McKay Street, Port Broughton Phone: 0498 085 012

Wallaroo Information Outlet Wallaroo Heritage and Nautical Museum Jetty Road, Wallaroo Phone: 8823 3015

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CUNNINGHAM

29

6 17

PORT PRIME

A1 22

PINE POINT

M

Gulf St Vincent

25

25

PORT JULIA

12

B89

Secondary Road Primary Road

Outer Harbour

B88

B86 2

Track Tertiary Road

MALLALA

DUBLIN

BLACK POINT

CURRAMULKA

15

Sand vegetation

PARHAM

ARDROSSAN

B88

PORT RICKABY

Town

CALOMBA

WINDSOR

B86

WAURALTEE

Park

Small town or locality

TIDDY WIDDY BEACH

B86

KOOLYWURTIE 11

Vegetation

LONG PLAINS

WILD HORSE PLAINS

SANDILANDS

PORT VICTORIA

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Legend

PINE 7

JAMES WELL

B89

URANIA

WOOD

13

RED CLIFFS

ERITH

8

SOUTH KILKERRAN

8

AVON

5

POINT PEARCE COMMUNITY

KALLORA

B86

PETERSVILLE

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A1

DEFENCE RESERVE

DOWLINGVILLE

14

B89

BALAKLAVA 24

4

BALGOWAN

Scale: 1:800000 Transverse Mercator Projection Geocentric Datum of Australia 1994

FIVE MILES B84

INKERMAN

PRICE

Yorke Peninsula

B8 4

13

Yorke Peninsula

HAL

WHITWARTA

A1

PORT CLINTON

WEETULTA ARTHURTON

GOYDER WATCHMAN

BEAUFORT

6

Spencer Gulf

PASKEVILLE B85

B89

WANAP

e

15

KADINA

18

Copper Coast

LOCHIEL

WILLAMULKA THOMAS PLAIN KANGAROO PLAIN PAT PLAIN

B89

B85 9

10

WALLAROO

BL

A1

Hu m moc k

S

BUTE

2

17

NORTH BEACH

9

MARO CREEK

20

BENBOURNIE

SNOWTOWN

Ran g

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

CONDOWIE PLAINS

22

HECTOR PLAIN

PORT GIBBON

20

15

TICKERA

Baru

HOWARD SPIT

CONDOWIE

A1

18

POLDAR PLAINS

7

2

KANYAKA PLAIN

nga

LUCKY BAY

28

B100

6

COWELL

B91

WOKURNA

ROCHE

BRINKWORTH

BURNSFIELD

MILLAR POINT

17

Rang e

ERNS

MINLATON

Spencer Gulf

PORT VINCENT

23

12

PORT MINLACOWIE

N

BRENTWOOD 26

4

ROGERS CORNER

WEAVER

13

THE PINES

ADELAIDE

STANSBURY

7

22

11

M oo

Eyre Peninsula

B79

PORT DAVIS

CORNY POINT

49

OAKLANDS

WOOL BAY

16

7

WAROOKA

12

B86 21

B88

B88

YORKETOWN

PORT GILES

15

B86

B88

5

WHITE HUT

Yorke Peninsula

EDITHBURGH

PORT MOOROWIE

Gulf St Vincent

YORKE PENINSULA MARION BAY

PONDALOWIE BAY INNESTON

5

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

kilometres

B86

STENHOUSE BAY

GLE N

CTS 26

MASLIN BEAC PORT WILLUNGA

ALDINGA BEACH B

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