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School of Mines Building that now houses the Moonta History Centre (Moonta Branch, National Trust SA)

A Century of Change in Health: 1861–1961

The century between 1861 and 1961 in all areas of health and wellbeing saw changes that affected the Cornish mining community. See displays about how these changes occurred over the century in maternal health, the effect and management of waterborne diseases, chemist collections, medical practitioners and OH&S. Visit these displays at our Moonta Mines Museum, Moonta History Centre and Moonta Mines Railway.

Presented by Moonta Branch, National Trust of SA

When

15-22 May: History Centre 10am-4pm; Moonta Mines Museum 11am-4pm; Moonta Mines Tourist Train departs at 10.30am, 11.30am, 1pm & 2pm

Where

History Centre, Ellen St, Moonta
Moonta Mines Museum & Railway, Verran Tce, Moonta Mines

Price

Adult: History Centre $5; Moonta Mines Museum $8; Tourist Train $12
Child: History Centre $5; Moonta Mines Museum $4; Tourist Train $5

Contact

Moonta Tourist Office, 8825 1891, info@moontatourism.org.au

Info

Family Friendly Companion Card accepted Partial Wheelchair Access Toilets

There is a ramp at the Moonta Mines Museum and a ramp available to board the Moonta Mines Tourist Train. Other venues do not have wheelchair access.

Connect

https://www.moontaheritage.com.au/

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