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Burra Motor Inn

Market Street, Burra SA 5417

Burra Motor Inn is set in a quiet location near the town centre. Offering modern motel units in a picturesque setting along the tree lined Burra Creek. All rooms are ground floor and have king or queen size beds, TV, free 8 channel AUSTAR, r/c air conditioning and electric blankets. Disabled units are available. Indoor pool and heated spa. Quality dining in Jumbucks Licensed Restaurant.

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Lavender Cottage Bed And Breakfast Accommodation

5 Bridge Street East, Burra SA 5417

Lavender Cottage Bed And Breakfast is a 1860 Semi-detached miners cottage located in Burra, SA. This B&B offers self-contained accommodation on the edge of the Clare Valley wine region.

This cottage is situated close to town, in a peaceful side street and has a secluded garden. Lavender Cottage B&B offers a full kitchen, 2 bedrooms, lounge with a fireplace, courtyard, TV and CD player.

Burra is a charming township with plenty of restaurants, bars, parks and galleries to keep you entertained. Just west is Clare Valley wineries, vineyards and beaches, making Lavender Cottage the perfect holiday base

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Blyth Cottage

3 Blyth Street, Burra SA 5417

Blyth Cottage is a self-contained cottage in the heritage mining town of Burra, in Mid North of South Australia. It is one of the original 1860's Cornish stone miners cottages and has been tastefully renovated to compliment its traditional style. Despite its unique & cosy design, there are adequate modern facilities to ensure your stay will be extremely comfortable. This tranquil holiday retreat is within walking distance to the township. Enjoy browsing the numerous antique shops, historical attractions, cafes and art gallery.

The township of Burra is small, yet by far one of the most fascinating and impressive holiday destinations. With its relaxed atmosphere and friendly community spirit, a stay in Burra is a head-start along the road to total ambience. There is so much to see and experience, so why not stay for a while.

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Morse Cottage

22 Chapel Street, Burra SA 5417

Morse Cottage is one of the original stone cottages built by the Burra miners in the middle of the nineteenth century. The main lounge area was added to the cottage and served as the telegraph office for the town, hence the name Morse Cottage..

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Griffiths Retreat And Cottage

8 Moorehead Street, Burra SA 5417
Griffiths Retreat and Cottage is located on Burra's heritage trail and is close to antique shops, hotels and all of the town's attractions. This circa 1900 bluestone building has been tastefully renovated into a unique self contained two bedroom cottage depicting a bygone era. Rustic decor enhances the charm of this cosy cottage. The cottage comprises two bedrooms, one double and one twin with continental quilts, electric blankets and bathrobes. The rustic lounge/kitchen features a combustion heater, television, video and CD player and a selection of games and books. Outside there is an enclosed cottage garden with barbecue and outdoor furniture/setting.
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Burra Heritage Cottages - Tivers Row

8-18 Truro Street, Burra SA 5417
Constructed in 1856 by James and Emma Tiver, Burra Heritage Cottages - Tivers Row are six self contained cottages listed on the Register of State Heritage Items, the Register of the National Estate and are regarded as unique examples of Cornish/British architecture. Each cottage has four rooms, open fire, attached bathroom with heated floor, functional kitchen and two bedrooms. Two hours drive from Adelaide. Burra Heritage Cottages - Tivers Row are winners of two regional tourism awards and a heritage conservation award. We have been operating since 1992. The cottages provide a genuine heritage experience. Attention to detail and personal service are our specialties.
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Burra Caravan and Camping Park

12 Bridge Terrace, Burra SA 5417
The Burra Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the banks of the Burra Creek and is only a two minute walk from the centre of town. The pleasant surrounds of our pet friendly park make for a relaxing and enjoyable stay. The Burra Caravan and Camping Park is a convenient base for exploring the town and surrounds. You will find the Clare Valley wine region only a short drive away. Park facilities consist of 30 powered sites, powered and unpowered camp sites, camp kitchen, barbecue facilities and a coin operated laundry. Fifth wheelers and buses are welcome. A WiFi hot spot is available....

Ayers Colonial Cottage

9 Ayers Street, Burra SA 5417
At Ayers Colonial Cottage you can step back in time and indulge yourself in a lifestyle of bygone days. Ayers Colonial Cottage sleeps up to four people in two queen bedrooms, and has electric blankets, combustion heating and air-conditioning. Ayers Colonial Cottage provides guests a sense of heritage atmosphere along with all the modern comforts of home such as digital television/DVD/CD, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Breakfast provisions are available for an additional fee with prior arrangement. The cottage is tastefully decorated in period decor, furniture and fittings such as a radiogram and pedal organ along with curios and antiques which offer a delightful sense of yesteryear. You can meander through the private cottage gardens to enjoy the abundant colours and birdlife or take a short stroll to historic Market Square, antique shops and local hotels. A stay at Ayers Colonial Cottage may be regarded as a romantic indulgence of the senses, one will recall time and time again....

Police Lockup And Stables

Corner of Ludgvan and Tregony Streets, Burra SA 5417
Built in 1847, pre-dating Redruth Gaol, this fine complex consists of police station, stables, lockup and police residence. The Burra Police Lockup was built because of the influx of population and the number of hotels in the town during Burra's mining boom. The cobblestone courtyard reputedly faces towards London. In 1851, the police force in Burra comprised six men. Entrance to the Police Lockup and Stables is included in the Burra Heritage Passport available from the Burra Visitor Information Centre, 2 Market Square, Burra. Can be opened with a key at any time when using the Burra Heritage Passport....

Burra Regional Art Gallery

5 - 6 Market Street, Burra SA 5417
Come to the Goyder Region, just next door to Clare Valley, and visit the heritage mining town of Burra. Hidden away in its own little cup-shaped valley, the town's pride and joy is the Burra Regional Art Gallery. This Gallery is situated within the old Telegraph and Post Office building from which J McDouall Stuart sent his message in December 1862, to inform the South Australian authorities that he had successfully crossed Australia. See if you agree with us, that outside the big centres, this is one of the best small regional galleries in Australia. Attend a lively opening or browse our diverse works by emerging and established artists, sourced Australia wide. The gallery is also home to the historic ST Gill collection of 1847 Burra Mine views. Exhibitions details, artist profiles, annual competitions and much more can be found on the gallery website. ...

Morphetts Enginehouse Museum

Burra Mine Site, Burra SA 5417
At Morphetts Enginehouse Museum visitors will see the only known reconstructed Cornish enginehouse in the world. A guide will explain the workings of the engine and pump system used to de-water the mine. Visitors are encouraged to examine the three-storey building and information displayed. Outside visitors may walk through an underground adit and view the mineshaft. Original pumping equipment along with the remains of several mine buildings are on display. An unforgettable experience. Guided tours are available daily between 10am and 12:30pm either individually or free with the purchase of a Burra Heritage Passport. Guided tours for groups and school groups are available by arrangement....

Redruth Gaol

Tregony Street, Burra SA 5417

Burra Heritage Passport

Township of Burra, Burra SA 5417
Discover and explore the historic township of Burra with the Burra Heritage Passport. The passport gives you entry to the Burra Mine including dressing tower and lookout, police lockup and stables, Redruth Gaol, Hampton, powder magazine, market square museum, brewery cellars, miners' dugouts and smelts paddock. The Passport also includes free entry to Burra's museums during opening times. You'll have a step-by-step guidebook helping you to discover the heritage trail at your leisure. The 11 kilometre heritage trail has been clearly marked out around the town, with 49 sites along its route. Group and educational guided and unguided tours, including Burra Heritage Passport, can be arranged, full details and costs on application. Tours can include: Burra, Enginehouse Museum and Bon Accord Museum. Burra Heritage Passport is available from the Burra Visitor Centre....

Hampton

North-east of Redruth Gaol, Burra SA 5417
This was an English style township, a private township named after an assayer at the Smelting Works, Edward Hampton. It contained 30 simple miners' cottages and a Bible Christian Chapel. Much of the stone quarried there was used in many of Burra's fine old buildings. The township was abandoned finally in 1960. Hampton is situated just north-east of the Redruth Gaol, on a hill, overlooking the mine area and its other townships. Accessed via the Burra Heritage Passport. Entrance to Hampton is included in the Burra Heritage Passport available from the Burra Visitor Information Centre, 2 Market Square, Burra. Can be opened with a key at anytime when using the Burra Heritage Passport....

Miners Dugouts

Creek Bed Adjacent to Blyth Street, Burra SA 5417
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The Pig and Whistle

9 George Street, Burra SA 5417
The Pig and Whistle is a three double bedroom plus one single bedroom historic house conveniently located close to the town centre of historic Burra. All beds have electric blankets. Ideal for families or groups of friends traveling together, the air-conditioned cottage sleeps up to seven people and has two toilets. You can relax in the two lounges whilst watching television and enjoying the warmth of the slow combustion fire. Enjoy the beautiful garden. The fully furnished kitchen includes a milkshake maker coffee plunger and full size refrigerator and microwave. There is a washing machine and ironing board for longer stays. Tea, coffee and toast provided. There is a gas barbecue and fold up table available. Relax on the outdoor setting under the trees. Conveniently located on the Heysen Trail, and close to the main street. Sorry, no pets permitted. Located within walking distance to shops and restaurants and features a large colourful garden. Boche balls provided. Convenient, warm, air conditioned, large outdoor entertaining area. Everything is there just turn up. Close to restaurants....
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Olive Grove Retreat

12 Sancreed Street, Burra SA 5417
Olive Grove Retreat is located in Burra S.A. on the Burra creek. This blue stone building built in 1858. Previously The Courthouse Hotel. Set on one acre with a small olive grove. Five minutes to antique shops, market and hotel . Twenty minute walk to main street. Located on the Heysen and Mawson trails . Guest wing with 1 Queen room, 2 Double rooms and 1Twin room or book the full retreat and get air-conditioned lounge, kitchen and another Queen room with en-suite. All renovated with televisions and heating. Indoor heated swim/spa. Under cover parking and bbq . Pets welcome by negotiation. Owners live on site....