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Grave Marker

The project with National Trust of South Australia Moonta Branch to preserve the history of the Copper Coast’s last historic wooden grave marker was completed yesterday, with the original now restored and placed in a new case at the Moonta Mines Museum. The wooden replica created was also installed at the original spot in the […]

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IIlluminart Science Week at the Moonta Mines Museum

Duration: 1 Hours (approx.) Location: Moonta Mines, South Australia To celebrate Science Week at the Moonta Mines Museum, you will be treated to a special copper processing demonstration delivered by George Dambitis a renowned Geo Chemist as part of illuminart’s Constellation trail for National Science Week. The Moonta Mines historically used a method called Cementation, which

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MOONTA MINES NATIONAL HERITAGE PROJECT

GREAT NEWS !!! Today work has commenced on our Moonta Mines National Heritage Project which is a Commonwealth funded project to restore, conserve and build new experiences for this Heritage Place. Our intention is to open up all works to the community and allow public access as we proceed with the project. Work is commencing

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Keep Ayers House for the people in the care of the National Trust

The National Trust of South Australia has managed the Ayers House Museum on North Terrace in Adelaide on behalf of the Government of South Australia since 1973, having saved the building from demolition in the 1960s. On 10 June 2021, the National Trust was served a 30 day eviction notice by the Government of South Australia. The Ayers

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WILL YOU JOIN US TO HELP KEEP MARTINDALE HALL FOR THE PEOPLE ?

National Trust of South Australia – needs your help The South Australian Government is exploring options for the future of historic Martindale Hall. The National Trust of South Australia has a bold plan. The National Trust has made the Government aware of its ideas and its commitment to the property. Find out more about the

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Change of name – but still same services

The Family History and Resource Centre has been renamed the MOONTA HISTORY CENTRE Still offering the same services such as Family History, Photos, Stories and all research around the history of Moonta and it\’s people. Our Historians offer great assistance and advice if you are keen to trace your Cornish Family History. Located in the

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