Wallaroo is a port town on the western side of Yorke Peninsular in South Australia with it’s history in the copper mining industry. One of three towns that make up the Copper Triangle, the other two being Kadina and Moonta, the area was known as Little Cornwall due to all the Cornish miners who came to work in the mines. It now exports agricutural products such as barley, wheat, canola and continues to handle grains through the conveyor jetty and silos, which is what I went to photograph.

Grain silosGrain Silos

wallaroo jettyThe Wallaroo Jetty extends out for 869 metres into water that is up to 10 metres deep

wallaroo jetty across bayThis view is from across the bay

wallaroo jetty late eveningJetty and conveyor

wallaroo jettyA fish eye view

wallaroo goods stationWallaroo railway yards like in many towns has fallen into disrepair, this was part of a goods shed.

wallaroo goods vanInside an old railway goods van