So much to explore in historic Goyder

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What do Midnight Oil, Colin Thiele and the world’s largest copper mine have in common? The picturesque Goyder region.

The sun still shines on the stubble around Eudunda, the birthplace of Colin Thiele.

The cottage on Cobb and Co Corner continues to be one of the most photographed ruins in Australia (Midnight Oil fans might recognise it), and one of Australia’s most daring explorers, Sir Hubert Wilkins, hailed from Mt Bryan East.

The State Heritage town of Burra is home to the Monster Mine, the legacy of the 19th-century copper boom.

Nowadays, with a thriving food culture, boutique shops and quality accommodation, Burra makes a brilliant base in the heart of the Goyder region.

This advertising feature has been sponsored by the Burra Visitors Information Centre. Click the link to learn more.

Ours is a region where heritage blends effortlessly with adventure, art, food and wine. Explore the variety of adventure trails throughout the region, including the famed Heysen and Mawson Trails.

Our region features rolling hills and valleys, rugged red earth gorges, fossilised mega fauna remains, spring-fed waterholes, and Australian flora and fauna.

Throughout the year, the Goyder region stages a number of great events, from classic country shows to friendly race meets.

Take the roads less travelled and you’ll stay in historic cottages, visit welcoming country pubs and wake to iconic landscapes.

Drop into the Visitor Information Centre at Burra or head to www.visitburra.com .