Coronavirus (COVID-19) Important Updates

Community and Business responsibilities: COVID-Safe Plan

Community Services and Businesses that were previously directed to close and now reopened must complete a COVID-Safe Plan before they can reopen.

This Plan will outline how your staff and patrons can be kept safe from COVID-19. The plan must be completed and made available at your business premises. If your business was allowed to reopen during Step 1 of South Australia’s Roadmap to Recovery, you must complete a Plan.

If your committee or group has not completed the COVID-Safe Plan, or does not have the plan available at your premises when requested, you can be fined up to $5000 on the sport for non-compliance, or face prosecution.

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Booleroo Centre

History, adventure and the essence of country life can all be found within the peaceful township of Booleroo Centre. The town, which grew to service the needs of local farming families, earned its name as the centre of the survey Hundred of Booleroo, derived from an Aboriginal word that roughly translates to ‘place of mud’. It is this agricultural history that has shaped the township, and today it remains a service centre for the grain and livestock producers of the surrounding area.

Cycling is a popular pastime in the Southern Flinders Ranges and Booleroo Centre is no exception. A network of mountain biking cross country trails traverse the countryside, taking in such local highlights as Harris Hill Lookout and the Arwakurra School and Memorial, as well as the spectacular view of Mount Remarkable. If you’re game, step up to the local BMX track to test your skills.

The Booleroo Steam & Traction Preservation Society Museum is a world class display that attracts visitors from all over the world and is a must for anyone visiting the region. The museum features South Australia’s largest collection of steam and traction engines, with more than 150 machines on permanent display. The Booleroo Steam & Traction Preservation Society also hold an annual rally where the machines are cranked into action, a truly remarkable event. This is one of the major events on the region’s calendar, running for more than 40 years and displaying one of the most impressive collections of working vintage farm machinery, tractors, stationary engines and steam exhibits you are likely to see

The local swimming pool is open for a refreshing dip in the summer months or for something more sedate, tackle the nine hole bush golf course.

Booleroo Centre caters for the surrounding farming districts through its services including banks, an ATM, bakery with takeaway food, a supermarket, hospital, pharmacy, post office, farm supply shop, public toilets, service station and vehicle repairer. There is also a butcher which makes their own traditional small goods. Comfortable rooms at the local hotel offer country hospitality or you can camp at the town oval, where power outlets, showers and toilets are available. There are also bed and breakfasts where you can rest your head and enjoy great hospitality.

Top Ten Things to do in Booleroo Centre

Booleroo Centre and Districts Historic Trail

Booleroo Steam & Traction

For information regarding the Booleroo Steam & Traction please follow the link below.

Booleroo Steam & Traction Website