Polgreen park is located on Bay Road at the end of Robert St Moonta. It has BBQ facilities, public toilets, playground and kids bike track.
The museum is located in the former Moonta Mines Model School, erected in 1878. The school remained an active and important centre for the Moonta Mines community for ninety years and closed in 1968. The National Trust of SA, Moonta Branch took over the building and established a museum which now tells the story of… …More »
Monthly displays by local artists of all the art forms. Located in the Moonta Town Hall Free entry
(‘Up Street’ is a term Cornish people used when they decided to go shopping up in town). Walking time – approximately one hour. This heritage walk commences from the Queen Square Rotunda. The purpose of this brochure is to give the reader a brief insight into the colourful past and general history of the many… …More »
Departing from the platform adjacent to the Moonta Mines Museum, the Moonta Mines Tourist Railway is a guided tour of the historic Moonta Mines State Heritage Area. Featuring extensive commentary from local drivers, passengers are taken past many historic landmarks of the former mining operations, including the reservoir, ore sorting floors, and through a tunnel in… …More »
Moonta Tourist Office. Located at the old Moonta Railway Station. Visitors have access to information on attractions, accommodation, community services, and special events. A large range of very affordable souvenirs, gifts and books are on display including “Australia’s Little Cornwall” A Pictorial Journey of Moonta featuring Moonta’s history from 1861 -2011. The German WWI trophy… …More »
Check out Forging Fridays at the Moonta Mines Railway Blacksmith Shop. https://www.facebook.com/BlacksmithingatMoontaMinesRailwayStation/