Coober Pedy


Coober Pedy is one of the most unique towns in the world and is located in the northern part of South Australia. This town got its name from the local aboriginal term, ‘kupa-piti’, meaning ‘Boy’s waterhole’. A small town established in 1915, the town is known mostly for its opal mines and the local residential underground-carved caves situated into the hillsides. These caves are known as ‘dugouts’ and protect residents from the scorching desert temperatures. Standard ‘dugouts’ have three bedrooms and a lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

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