Hampton Village



Hampton, which meas 'hometown' is described as an 'English' village.
This town grew in size until its 'hey day' in 1866, with 30 miners cottages and a Bible Christian Chapel all made from stone quarried locally.
The people in this town were working class, and some of their occupations included Mine Manager, carpenter, smelter, miner, wheelwright, blacksmith, mason, and mechanic.

Listen to Johnny Green as he describes the development of Hampton Village.
Keep your ears open as Johnny will reveal an answer to one of our Scavenger Hunt questions as the speaks.


If you don't have a pass-code or key to access to the Miner's Dugouts, please visit the Burra and Goyder Visitor Information Centre on Market Square and purchase the Burra Heritage Passport.

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