Lavender Cottage Bed and Breakfast is located only five minutes’ walk from the Burra town centre. Experience the privacy of this fully self contained 1860 semi-detached miner’s cottage, which can accommodate up to four guests in two bedrooms. Other features include an open fireplace, free standing air conditioning and private courtyard.
Your hosts Anne & Wayne will endeavour to make your stay an enjoyable one, while you visit this heritage town. Burra was established in 1845 when it’s copper mining history. The ‘Monster Mine’ heritage is inherited from these beginnings. This heritage is shown in abundance in Burra with its old buildings and museums which can be explored on the ‘Heritage Trail’. Incorporated with antique shops, and other things to see and do Burra makes a very interesting town to visit. The Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the Burra Creek, and is a 2 minute walk from the town centre. We offer 28 powered sites with sullage, powered and unpowered camp sites, fully equipped camp kitchen, modern amenities with baby bath in ladies, coin operated laundry facilities, with irons available, WiFi internet access, BBQ, vehicle wash bay and Dump Point. Come and Stay – Be Surprised!
Burra Heritage Cottages - Tivers Row offer heritage accommodation in the State Heritage Area of Burra. The town is also listed on the Register of the National Estate, as are these unique cottages. Built in 1856 and restored by Barry and Maureen Wright, they have been operating as self contained bed and breakfast accommodation since 1994. The emphasis is on comfort and convenience. As one guest described it 'A journey to the past, travelling first class'. Open fires are a feature in winter and underfloor heated bathrooms. Private cottages gardens are the perfect place to relax before exploring the Cornish buildings in the old Burra copper mine.
A comfortable, well appointed motel situated alongside the tranquil, tree-lined Burra Creek with lovely views and abundant birdlife at your door.
A short stroll from Burra's town centre, the Burra Motor Inn is ideally situated to discover Burra's mining heritage, play a round of golf at the local 18 hole Burra Golf course, or sample the local wines and produce of the region.
The Burra Motor Inn boasts 20 modern non-smoking units, each equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning, Austar, ensuite, and more.
Take a trip down memory lane. Comfortable and cosy self contained accommodation with olde worlde charm. Built c1860, Morse Cottage has a significant place on the heritage township of Burra. During the late 1800s, the present lounge room was added to the original miners cottage to serve as the telegraph office for the town, hence the name Morse Cottage. History tells us that the original pioneers, on achieving their travels through the outback to the north Australian coastline, would have signalled their success to Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney by morse code via this cottage. Come and share a blast from the past. Breakfast provisions & firewood provided.