Moonta Area School Memorial Trail

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

The Moonta Area School Memorial Trail covers a 100 year timeline commemorating the conflicts Australia served in during the twentieth Century. There is a sign board giving a brief history of each conflict. Along the 275 metre trail you will also find signs for each year of the twentieth century with highlights from the history of that year. The walls are made from copper stone donated by the Poona Mines North Yelta. Servicemen and women born in Moonta are represented on the roll of honour.
The official opening of the Memorial Trail was awarded Community Event of the Year 2017 by the previous District Council of the Copper Coast. (now Copper Coast Council)

During school and library hours a trail map is available from the library and school office. (You are welcome to walk this trail during school hours – the trail can be accessed near the front office, call in and let them know you will be out there while you pick up your map)

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