Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery

Step back in time with a visit to Eudunda Family Heritage Gallery. Open Friday, Saturday & Sundays between 10am-2pm by a team of dedicated volunteers. 

Showcasing the Family Histories of the German settlers who farmed the area from 1840’s onwards, you will also find the historic Gosling’s Cottage located at the back of the Gallery built in 1880.

Burra Skate Park

The Burra Skate Park has recently been upgraded, with the official opening held on Sunday 30th May 2021. The new Skate Park development includes an extension to the original skate ramp which was designedand created by skate park specialists Grind Projects, as well as a youth nature play space developed by nature play designers Climbing…

Farrell Flat Silo Art

Farrell Flat is a small town of approximately 300 in population located 20 kilometres east of Clare and 22 kilometres southwest of Burra. The former Roseworthy-Peterborough railway line passed through the town in late 1800s and early-mid 1900s. Completed in November 2020, the silo art at Farrell Flat is now the 9th silo to join…

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…

Terowie Information Centre

Phone:  8659 1039 Opening Hours:  Monday – Saturday 10am – 4pm As this is staffed by volunteers, there may not always be someone available. If that is the case please call 0467 537 248 to see if someone can open up on request. Address: Lot 422 Main Street, Terowie, SA 5421 The information centre is located…