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Kernewek Lowender - Copper Coast Cornish Festival

Kernewek Lowender - Copper Coast Cornish Festival is held in the historic copper mining towns of Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula.

Established in 1973 from an idea of the late Don Dunstan, then Premier of South Australia, the Kernewek Lowender has grown to become the world's largest Cornish festival. The festival is held over seven days with the highlight being 'The Big Weekend' which comprises of three large fairs, the village green fair "Fer Kernewek" and the Classic Cavalcade of Cars.

The festival is packed with a variety of traditional Cornish activities. Enjoy Furry Dancing, art, craft, great food and wine, Cornish pasties and live entertainment. Enjoy every bit of Kernewek Lowender.

Refer to event website for full program including times and entry costs closer to event date.

Contact Details

Kernewek Lowender - Copper Coast Cornish Festival
Various locations across the Copper Coast
Kadina
South Australia 5554

Toll Free Number
Not available

Telephone
+61 (08) 8821 4500

Fax
+61 (08) 8821 4633

Mobile
Not available

  • Kernewek Lowender, Copper Coast, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
  • Kernewek Lowender, Copper Coast, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
  • Bank SA Kernewek Lowender Street Parade, Moonta, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia
  • Bank SA Kernewek Lowender Street Parade, Moonta, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

Details

Dates

  • 18/05/2015 - 24/05/2015

Cost

Venue

  • Various locations across the Copper Coast
    Kadina
    SA 5554

Facilities

  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
  • Ambulance
  • Bar
  • Child Activities
  • Coach Parking
  • Entertainment
  • First aid equipment
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Shop

Experiences

  • Cultural
  • Food and Wine
  • Historic/Heritage
  • The Arts
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