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This Bakery is known as "The pride of Moonta," no wonder, as the items for sale are so fresh and tasty, I would be here every day if I lived here.
I had a traditional Cornish pasty which was very nice, and my cake was too. It was so good, we came back the next day for more.
There were plenty of locals in the shop, always a good sign of a good business when in a country town.
The shop is open 7days a week.
Written Jun 26, 2012
Address: 37 George street, Moonta
The Moonta Craft Co-Op is a smallish shop that was established in 2005 as an outlet for locals to sell their home-made items.
I like browsing in these shops, as I never know what I will find. Some biscuits to nibble are always on the agenda, some-times I buy are specialty jam, like "fruit salad jam," which I had never seen or heard of before!
There are plenty of handcrafted goods, cards, baby wear, children's clothing, timber items, metal work, patchwork, knitwear, scarves, bags, jewellery and much more.
THE SHOP IS OPEN....
Mon - Saturday: 9:30am to 4:30pm... Sunday: 10am to 4pm
Updated Jun 26, 2012
Address: 39 George Street, Moonta
Maybe you are trying to do a family tree on your Cornish family.
A good place to come would be the School Of Mines.
Historians can help you research family or local history. Some of the archived records date back to the early mining days.
They have a book for sale....MOONTA "Australia's Little Cornwall," which is a photographic journey between 1861 - 2011.
It can be purchased here, and at the Moonta Mines Museum, Tourist info centre.
COST.. $20.00 IN 2012.
Open: Wednesday & Sunday 1.00 - 4.00
Located .....Ellen street, Moonta
THE SCHOOL OF MINES is also a historic building, with the southern portion being the Baptist Church in 1866. The adjacent residence is the original Baptist Manse.
The church was purchased by the government in 1891 and converted for use as a School of Mines, the first outside Adelaide.
OPEN....Wednesday & Sunday 1.00 - 4.00
Updated Jun 24, 2012