News & events

Thursday 22nd September

Moonta Mines National Heritage Place pays their respect to the late Queen Elizabeth ll and will have all venues closed on Thursday 22nd September. The

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

Moonta Heritage Survey

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NIGHT LIGHTS LANTERN FETE

FREE FAMILY EVENT FOR FLAME FESTIVAL National Trust of South Australia lights up our National Heritage and presents a Family Fun NIGHT LIGHTS LANTERN FETE

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

NATIONAL TRUST BRIEFED

Mr Hancock also spoke about the push for UNSESCO World Heritage Listing and how the current National Heritage Place project linked into the future recognition for the site.

ANOTHER VIEW OF LOCAL HISTORY

Contractor Nelson Surveyors spent a couple of days using laser survey technology to capture National Heritage listed areas including Richmans and Hughes Enginehouses.

UPDATING MOONTA’S ENTRANCE

Copper Coast Council recommended the northern corner of Blanche and Blyth Terraces be cleared and tidied to create a better entrance to the state’s top tourist town.

MOONTA MINES TOURIST RAILWAY

Weather Policy When the weather is forecast to be 37c or above we cannot operate the Moonta Mines Tourist Railway for safety reasons. The National