Unlock South Australia’s Mining History with the Burra Passport

Unlock South Australia’s Mining History with the Burra Passport

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  1. Krista

    This looks like such an interesting area to explore, and I loved learning about the history behind it as well.

    1. Tamara

      Yeah, this area is so rich in history!!

  2. Megan

    Bronte Manor looks charming and I love that it can house 8 guests!

  3. Holly

    This looks super cool and I immediately know I’d love photographing it! They must have a lot of keys though?

    1. Tamara

      Yeah it was so fun taking pictures. I bet they do! It’s a really popular thing to do. There were three families getting a key at the tourist centre with me for a start so they must have a bucket load haha 🙂

  4. Bea

    Hi Tamara

    Great read and so much information! Thank you for sharing!

    1. Tamara

      Thanks for your comment 🙂

  5. Franny

    I Have never been to Australia and I never heard of this area so I am intrigued! I also like the concept of a passport to track and stamp where you go.

    1. Tamara

      Ah cool, I hope you make it one day :). It’s so different to the state where I live. A lot hotter and drier. Yeah it’s a super cool tourist scheme and I love the fact it’s so relaxed. You just get a map and off you go exploring all these locked places.

  6. Lille

    I had heard about Burra when I visited the Clare Valley a few years ago but I never made it there and now I feel like I have missed out! A very cool looking place! I often go to SA as I have family in Adelaide so it will be on my radar for next time!

    1. Tamara

      Honestly, it was such an unexpected surprise. It really has frozen in time and it’s not that fair from Adelaide too so I would definitely recommend tagging it onto a weekend to the Clare Valley or the Barossa 🙂

  7. Helga

    I can’t wait to see South Australia finally!

    1. Tamara

      I’m sure you’ll love it! I did 🙂

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