The Kapunda Museum recognised as one of the finest folk museums in Australia was built in 1866. The museum contains a huge collection covering every facet of Kapunda’s history and there is an extensive display of agricultural machinery and historic vehicles.
The Hawke Gallery features engineering and foundry products from the industries 123 year history and commemorates the company founded in 1857 by former smuggler, Henry Binney Hawke. A massive Hawke cross-compound steam engine can be seen.
Bagot’s Fortune is an interpretative display covering all aspects of the early mining and pioneer lifestyle of the miners. Under the management of Captain Charles Hervey Bagot, the Kapunda Mine was developed from the wilderness to produce the richest and purest copper ore the world had seen.
‘Kapunda Remembers’ a dedication to the contribution of the people of the district to their efforts towards civilian contribution from the Boer War to present day, housed downstairs in the Institute Building.
An audio visual presentation introduces Kapunda’s history to the visitor.
Group tours, self guided town tours and mine walking trail tours are available.
Aboriginal Culture Carpark Caters for limited mobility Coach Parking Disabled access available Family Friendly History & Heritage Interactive Centre International Interpretive Centre Public Toilet Walk Wheelchair access
$2 for students, $3 concession, $5 for Adults & $12 for a family (2 adults + 2 children). Group booking $2.50, Guided Town Tour $1.50.