Kapunda Cornish Pisky Trail

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Explore in and around Kapunda searching for over 20 Piskies who are hiding.

A Pisky is a Cornish Pixie and part of the folklore of the early settlers and miners of Kapunda. Piskies are said to bring good luck, despite being a little michevious.

Kapunda had both Irish and Cornish people immigrate to help mine the Copper found in Kapunda back in 1842. When the miners moved to Kapunda, they brought their folklore stories of Piskies, Tommyknockers and Leprechauns too.

A free map and a Pisky activity pack is available from the Kapunda Visitor Information Centre on Main Street. Great for little and big kids. Look out for the Kapunda businesses who have adopted their own special Kapunda Cornish Pisky and offer a Pisky experience too.

Facilities

Electric Vehicle Charging Point Family Friendly Food and Refreshments Gallery / Museum Interpretive Centre Lawn / Gardens Lookouts Picnic Area Public Toilet Restaurant Shop / Gift Shop

Internet Access

Free Wifi

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Visitor Information Centre

Rates

Free Entry

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