St Mary’s Anglican Church. I arrived too early, the church was still locked.
Old Police Lockup & Stables with getaway vehicle ready.
Burra just after sunrise from the town lookout on Burra Open Air Mine Museum.
Hampton Township was the English township in the early days. The Cornish were the miners, the Welsh were the smelters & the English, of course, were the shopkeepers. I disturbed a couple of kangaroos as I climbed the last hill to this site but they didn’t hang around to get their photo taken.
Gaslight Collectables & Old Wares. Good for a coffee & a browse.
Thomo’s Mailbox. The mailbox of colourful local sporting identity Philip “Thomo” Thomson is an attraction you must see on your next visit to Burra. This iconic structure should be added to the Johnny Green trail.
Peacocks Chimney. Built in 1857 & re-sited here in 1972. The chimney was dismantled by The National Trust prior to the expansion of the open cut & reassembled stone by stone. A cold summer morning 11 degrees & strong wind, much like summer in Scotland.