Willunga Slate Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: The Slate Museum is housed in the police stables of the old Willunga Courthouse and Police Station complex. The interpretive museum describes how slate is formed, its discovery in the hills behind Willunga and the development of the slate extraction industry to the present day.
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