Noble Tours Australia

Travel Coober Pedy and the Painted Desert with the professionals. Modern and well equipped vehicle with informative comentary. Contact Details ADDRESS: Southern Cross Drive, Coober Pedy, SA 5723 PHONE: 0499 500 932 EMAIL: nobletoursaustralia@gmail.com WEBSITE: http://nobletoursaustralia.com.au

Orange Olive Coffee & Cake

I’m proud to be an independent retailer, supporting my local community. My IGA store strives to deliver a shopping experience that my local community value, which is to shop locally and conveniently with great customer service, whilst supporting local suppliers and brands, offering far more benefits than just competitive prices. Contact Details PHONE: (08) 8672…

Oliver Street Café

Drop in for delicious Burgers, Seafood, Yiros. Open 7am – 9pm everyday.   Contact Details PHONE: (08) 8672 5054 ADDRESS: Lot 22 Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy, SA 5723 FACEBOOK PAGE

Opal Inn Bistro

The Opal Inn Hotel, Motel and Caravan Park in the centre of Coober Pedy, has something for everyone with well appointed secure accommodation, caravan and camping amenities (including laundry, water refilling station), plus a range of dining, bar & gaming facilities and on site bottle shop. We are located directly opposite the Information Centre and…

Outback Bar & Grill

It may sound a bit odd, but this brightly lit, petrol-station diner is one of the best places to eat in Coober Pedy! Roasts, pastas, burgers, lasagne, schnitzels…and an awesome Greek-style lamb salad that’s a bold departure from trucker norms and expectations. You can get a beer here too, if you’re dry from the highway.…

Nostimo Pizza Coober Pedy

After arriving in Australia in the 1970’s from Greece Yanni (John) and Maria decided to open the first of what would be four Pizza bars in Melbourne; the world was their oyster. John decided that moving to Coober Pedy was good idea to try his luck with opal mining. The park was established in 1988…

Centenary Mosaic Garden

The mosaic garden in front of the Lions rotunda was created by members of the Coober Pedy Mosaic Group. The Seventh stone at the entrance features a mosaic of the centenary logo. A sign tells about the people who made the mosaics and their stories. The area is paved with over 100 personalised pavers, featuring…

Coober Pedy Drive In

One of the last surviving drive-ins in Australia. Built in 1965 it has been a central part of community gatherings, in 2015 it was upgraded to a digital projector ensuring excellent quality for many years to come. Enjoy this unique cinematic experience and remember explosives are not allowed to be brought in to this theatre!…

Crocodile Harry

Avid von Blumenthal was a baron from Latvia who fought for Germany in WWII. He came to Australia where he hunted crocodile for 13 years before coming to Coober Pedy in 1975. His dugout which features sculptures, painting, graffiti and displays of women’s underwear, became a tourist site and a set used in movies.