Moonta Tourist Office
Tourism - Moonta, SA
Moonta Tourist Office in Adelaide Region offers visitors the opportunity to explore the Cornish mining heritage of Moonta.
The Moonta Branch of National Trust SA was established in 1964 to preserve the local mining history, buildings, and artifacts and to conserve the heritage-listed Moonta Mines area for future generations. From humble beginnings, the branch has grown to become one of the largest in SA and its dedicated band of volunteers now look after seven different venues.
Fully customised tours and flexible group bookings are available through the National Trust at the Moonta Tourist Office.
Moonta Tourist Office offers tours at the following attractions:
• Hughes Enginehouse
• Miner's Cottage & Garden
• Moonta Mines Museum
• Tourist Railway
• Moonta Mines Sweet Shop
• Moonta Mines Walking Trails
• Richmans Enginehouse
• School of Mines / Resource Centre
If you're interested in Cornish copper mining history and heritage, contact Moonta Tourist Office today.