Discover the unique aboriginal art and local artifacts. Visit our Kangaroo Orphanage. Feeding times 12:00pm & 5:30pm. Contact Details ADDRESS: 131-133 Hutchinson Street Coober Pedy – South Australia – 5723 PHONE: 0428 356 669 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org WEBSITE: FACEBOOKDetails
Tour an authentic Coober Pedy dugout and learn about life underground. This underground home (or dugout as the locals call them) was excavated in the original method using picks and shovels and a lot of blood, sweats and tears. Built forty years ago by three women this attraction is an insight in to the strength…Details
Our air-conditioned Coober Pedy Bus Tours are a hassle free informative introduction to our town and the nearby Breakaways. With Stuart Range Outback Tours you will see the town with a difference and will appreciate its uniqueness and history. Contact Details ADDRESS: Cr Stuart Highway and Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy PHONE: 1800 067 787 or (08) 8672…Details
It is believed that the soldiers who returned from the trenches of France during the First World War introduced the idea of living underground in homes commonly known as “dugouts”. The miners quickly discovered the advantages of living underground to escape the heat of the summer and winter’s cool desert nights. No matter how harsh…Details
Kanku – Breakaways Conservation Park is Aboriginal owned and the entire park is a registered aboriginal heritage site. It lies 32km north of Coober Pedy and it consists of colourful low hills which have broken away from the Stuart Range, hence their name ‘The Breakaways.’ There are two lookout points which highlight the open spaces…Details
John McDouall Stuart (7 September 1815 – 5 June 1866) was the most accomplished and most famous of all Australia’s inland explorers. The explorations of Stuart eventually resulted in the Adelaide-Darwin telegraph being built and the main route from Port Augusta to Darwin being established, which is now known as the Stuart Highway in his honour. The monument commemorates his achievements.
The Coober Pedy Opal Fields Golf Club has been offering a unique course for golfers since 1976. The course traverses the desert flats and gibber hills of Coober Pedy. The greens are black and the fairways are white! Many a golfer have found opal whilst playing a round. This 18-hole, 72 par grass-less golf course…Details