Visit Burra is the official tourism site for Burra, Eudunda, and the Goyder Region – part of the Clare Valley Tourism Region.

Our region is a delightful getaway only a couple of hours from Adelaide. There’s something for everyone here, whether you’re coming for a day trip,  a weekend or a longer stay.


Click here for our suggested two-day itinerary

We acknowledge the traditional owners and occupiers of these lands and waters. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging of the Ngadjuri nations and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

If you would like to learn more about the Ngadjuri people check out this website – www.ngadjuri.org.au

Start Your Journey with Us!

Built in 1890 as the offices of Elder, Smith and Co, you’ll find the Burra & Goyder Visitor Information Centre nestled into Market Square, Burra. Operating as a Visitor Centre since 1979, we’ve spent 44 years welcoming travellers to our region! Come and visit our friendly staff who love to share the history of Burra. We can suggest driving tours off the beaten track, suggest accomodation or the best spots to start exploring in the Clare Valley.

FREE WIFI is available at our Centre under “Goyder Free Visitor Wifi”

Share your stories, photos and memories with us online by tagging us:

Facebook:  @BurraVisitorInformationCentre

Instagram:  @the_goyder_goodness

If you have any questions or need assistance before you arrive please contact us:


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stay with us...

Extend your experience and stay with us. Accommodation options available to suit all budgets.

inspiring attractions


Photographers get your camera’s ready, we’ve got the most amazing scenery and historical places to photograph and visit in South Australia.

indulge your tastebuds...

From bakery to pub grub, you will find food in Burra, Eudunda & The Goyder Region that will make you want to keep coming back for more.

Now Available on Google Play & Apple App!

Who was Johnny Green?

Part science, part history, part open-air museum, “Who was Johnny Green?” is a new location-based mobile adventure to discover the national heritage of Burra, where Cornish mining technology, skills and culture were once demonstrated to a high degree.

But there is also a mystery to solve as you play!

Before you begin, download the ‘Discover Goyder’ app from either the Apple App Store or Google Play and either print the Decoder Map or collect one from the Burra Visitors Centre. Then walk, cycle or drive to take on challenges at the locations you visit to learn more about Burra’s mining history and ultimately, to decode the clues you collect and solve the mystery of ‘Who was Johnny Green’?

Special thanks to the Burra History Group and the Burra Community School for their special contributions in making this mobile adventure. Designed and developed by Mobile Adventures Australia.

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