Activities include illustrated talks, traditional dinners, an annual day-time reunion, a Cornish Carol celebration and excursions with Cornish interests. A newsletter is published quarterly and contains not only Association news, but news from other Cornish Associations throughout the world and items of news from Cornwall itself.
The group meets monthly at the Rosefield Uniting Church where the Association also has a library which is continually being added to and most titles are available for loan. The library is open during each meeting.
The Kernewek Lowender Copper Coast Cornish Festival has been held in the towns of Moonta, Wallaroo and Kadina every two years since 1973. Kernewek Lowender means ‘Cornish Happiness”.
The Yorke Peninsula Branch of the Association meets on the fourth Monday of each month, at 1pm in the School of Mines building, Ellen Street, Moonta. Home hosting of Cornish visitors has long been a feature of the Association.