Description

Kadina is a town on the Yorke Peninsula of the Australian state of South Australia, approximately 144 kilometres north-northwest of the state capital of Adelaide. The largest town of the Peninsula, Kadina is one of the three Copper Triangle towns famous for their shared copper mining history. The three towns are known as "Little Cornwall" for the significant number of immigrants from Cornwall who worked at the mines in the late 19th century. Kadina's surrounds form an important agricultural base for the region, and are used for growing cereal crops. Kadina used to be a mining town but now the majority of Kadina's land is used for farming.

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Around Kadina SA 5554


Our Picks on what to Do in Kadina SA

Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre

Kadina Water Tower

VICTORIA SQUARE, KADINA

The Farm Shed Museum & Tourism Centre

Kadina Heritage Trail 40

Kadina Show

Our Picks on where to Stay in Kadina SA

Kadina Village Motel

Wombat Hotel

Copper Coast Hotel

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Our Picks on what to Eat in Kadina SA

Roman Pizza Kadina

Highway Restaurant

Goyder Street Cafe

Shopping in Kadina SA

Community Services  


Copper Coast Visitor Information Centre SA
50 Mines Road,
Matta Flat SA 5554

Copper Coast Council
51 Taylor Street,
KADINA SA 5554

Kadina Police Station SA
58 Graves Street,
KADINA SA 5554

Kadina Community Library - SA
1a Doswell Terrace,
KADINA SA 5554

Location Information 

  • Elevation: 44 m
  • Population: 4587
  • State electorate(s): Narungga
  • Federal Division(s): Grey
  • Established (yr): 1861
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.
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Travel To  

Moonta SA 5558 (17.9 km, 15 mins)
Wallaroo SA 5556 (8.7 km, 10 mins)
Acknowledgement of Country

Kadina SA is located on the following Aboriginal Nation/s.

poidb.com acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.