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Whyalla Attractions


Whyalla Maritime Museum
Whyalla
Whyalla Maritime Museum specialises in naval, BHP shipbuilding, maritime and natural history of the upper Spencer Gulf. Its prime exhibit, HMAS Whyalla, the first modern warship built in 1941 in South Australia stands on dry land, two kilometres from the sea.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Whyalla Art Group Incorporated
Whyalla
The Whyalla Art Group meets at the Darling Terrace Gallery for workshops and exhibitions. Open to the public with artworks by members available for sale.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Tanderra Craft Village
Whyalla
Tanderra Craft Village was established in 1990 as a community centre to provide an outlet for locally made handcrafts, and a permanent home for the development of crafts in Whyalla.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Markets; Shopping;
Hummock Hill Lookout
Whyalla
Overlooking the eastern end of Whyalla, Hummock Hill was developed by BHP as a gift to the city to commemorate BHPs centenary year and was handed over to the City Council during the 1986 South Australian Jubilee 150 Royal visit.
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Categories: Landmarks and Buildings;
Freycinet Trail
Whyalla
The Freycinet Trail extends 12 kilometres along the coastline of Fitzgerald Bay in the Upper Spencer Gulf. Beginning at the northern end of Fitzgerald Bay it follows the coastline to the southern tip of the bay at Point Lowly.
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Categories: Scenic Drives and Walks;
Flinders and Freycinet Lookout
Whyalla
In 1802 Matthew Flinders was the first European to navigate and chart this unknown coast of South Australia, solving the centuries old mystery as to whether Australia was one continent or two.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Ada Ryan Gardens
Whyalla
A leafy memorial to the foresight of the early city fathers, Ada Ryan Gardens is Whyalla's most popular park located between Cudmore and Watson Terraces, and linked to the Whyalla Foreshore to provide a large, relaxing park area.
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Categories: Parks and Gardens;




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