test

Moonta cherishes the title of Australia’s Little Cornwall which acknowledges its proud and rich Cornish Mining Heritage and the valuable wealth generating and cultural contribution of its pioneer Cornish Miners and their families.

While few lasting monuments of its Cornish Mining past remain, the State Heritage status of the Moonta Mines Area along with the Kernewek Lowender festival and the work of local volunteer groups like the National Trust of SA, the Moonta & District Progress Association and Cornish Association of SA and YP Branch help preserve and promote the Cornish culture and traditions and the Cornish Mining Heritage of the town and district.

Moonta cherishes the title of Australia’s Little Cornwall which acknowledges its proud and rich Cornish Mining Heritage and the valuable wealth generating and cultural contribution of its pioneer Cornish Miners and their families.

While few lasting monuments of its Cornish Mining past remain, the State Heritage status of the Moonta Mines Area along with the Kernewek Lowender festival and the work of local volunteer groups like the National Trust of SA, the Moonta & District Progress Association and Cornish Association of SA and YP Branch help preserve and promote the Cornish culture and traditions and the Cornish Mining Heritage of the town and district.

Moonta cherishes the title of Australia’s Little Cornwall which acknowledges its proud and rich Cornish Mining Heritage and the valuable wealth generating and cultural contribution of its pioneer Cornish Miners and their families.

While few lasting monuments of its Cornish Mining past remain, the State Heritage status of the Moonta Mines Area along with the Kernewek Lowender festival and the work of local volunteer groups like the National Trust of SA, the Moonta & District Progress Association and Cornish Association of SA and YP Branch help preserve and promote the Cornish culture and traditions and the Cornish Mining Heritage of the town and district.