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Events in and around Coober Pedy

Welcome to the exciting town of Coober Pedy in South Australia, where there is always something fun and interesting happening, no matter what the season. Whether you're a local resident or a tourist visiting for the first time, you'll be sure to find a range of activities and events to suit your interests and hobbies.

Here are just a few of the seasonal events taking place in and around Coober Pedy:


The summer months in Coober Pedy can get quite hot, so it's the perfect time to head underground and explore the town's extensive network of mining tunnels. Be sure to check out the Old Timers Mine and Museum, which features exhibits on the history of opal-mining in the area.

Another great summer activity is camping and hiking in the nearby Breakaways Conservation Park. The park features stunning natural rock formations and panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.


Autumn in Coober Pedy is one of the best times of year to experience the town's unique and vibrant community culture. The annual Desert Festival takes place in late March and early April, featuring a range of music, dance, art, and cultural events.

Other autumn activities include exploring the nearby Painted Desert, which is filled with colorful geological formations and ancient fossils. And if you're looking for a unique dining experience, be sure to check out the local underground restaurants and cafes.


Winter is a great time to hit the links and take advantage of Coober Pedy's world-famous golf courses. The Nullarbor Links is a 18-hole course that stretches over 1,365 kilometers, with each hole located in a different town or roadhouse along the Nullarbor Plain.

If golf isn't your thing, you can also explore the nearby towns of Oodnadatta and William Creek, both of which offer a range of historical and cultural attractions.


Spring is an excellent time to visit Coober Pedy and experience the town's unique natural beauty. The local wildflowers bloom in September and October, turning the surrounding landscape into a colorful sea of reds, yellows, and purples.

Other spring activities include visiting the nearby Kanku-Breakaways Conservation Park, which offers stunning desert vistas and a range of outdoor activities. And if you're looking to learn more about the local Indigenous culture, be sure to check out the Umoona Opal Mine and Museum, which features exhibits on the traditional practices and beliefs of the Antakirinja and Yankunytjatjara people.

No matter what time of year you visit Coober Pedy, you'll find a warm and welcoming community and a range of exciting activities and events. So pack your bags and come explore this unique and beautiful part of South Australia.

For more information about any of these events or activities, contact the Coober Pedy Visitor Information Centre at (08) 8672 4617.

Coober Pedy Opal Captal of the World thanks to Thomas Schoch