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Adults $34

Pensioner $30
(concession card sighted)

Children $15

Family $85 

(2 Adults & 2 Children - $6 per additional child)

Adult 18 and up, Child 4-17 years old,

children 3 years and under free.  

Tour Times: Peak season (April - October) 10am and 1:30pm.


Please arrive 10 minutes before start time

Up to 1 ½ hours with a local tour guide. You will be equipped with a mining helmet and black light for the duration.


Enjoy the tour showcasing history of Coober Pedy, mining, and opal. Listen to the techniques of opal mining, noodling and black lighting. Live demonstration of a working Blower and Bosun Chair.

Questions are welcomed and encouraged.

Children have the opportunity for an opal hunt along the way. 

At the end of your guided tour complimentary scones, cream & jam. Adults - barista made coffee or tea. 

Children - chocolate or strawberry milk. 

Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements
e.g. dairy or gluten free. 

At the end of your tour children have the opportunity to negotiate an opal sale in exchange for a coin and/or sweets!

Bookings can be made online via Online Bookings tab above

or over the phone. 


Adult $15 Child $8 Family $40

Adult 18 and up, Child 4-17 years old,

children 3 years and under free.  

Tour Times: 9am to 4pm
Please note availability can be limited during Guided Tour times due to maximum capacity in the mine. We recommend arriving outside of Guided Tour times (10am & 1:30pm).

You will be provided with a map, mining helmet and black light, for you to explore the mine at your leisure. Points of interest include information displayed on slides/faults and levels, history of opal mining, display of round and square tunnelling, static display of tunneling machine and opal seams throughout the mine. Don’t forget your camera! Plenty of photo opportunities.

Please call us if you have any questions! 




After your tour, guided or self-guided, we encourage you to try your luck at hand noodling available above the mine. Noodling is the process of sifting through spent tailings to find any opal that may have been missed during mining. Original dirt is brought from the precious opal fields for this purpose.

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