St Austell is a town in Cornwall, England. Many travellers are drawn to the area by attractions such as the Eden Project, a large-scale complex that emulates natural environments and houses plant species from around the world. The town is also known as the centre of the Cornish china-clay industry.
The Great Western mainline connects St Austell to London Paddington, via principal settlements including Plymouth, Exeter, Bristol and Reading. Other services are available to Cardiff. The services, along with all local services within Cornwall, are operated by Great Western Railway.
Other trains are operated by CrossCountry Trains (which operate routes to the North of England and Scotland, via Bristol and Birmingham).
Train services are frequent, with roughly one train every half houreach way during the week.
St Austell is well connected by road. St Austell is joined to Cornwall's main road, the A30, by the A391 and to Truro, by the A390 (westbound), and to Liskeard (and onwards to Plymouth), by the A390 and then the A38 (eastbound). The A3058 leaves for Newquay from St Austell northwesterly.
Newquay International Airport is around half an hour by car away (or around a £25 taxi fare). Newquay Airport is serves destinations including London (Gatwick and Stanstead), Dublin, Leeds-Bradford, Bristol, Manchester and Cardiff.
The vast majority of National Express coach services stop at the railway station from such places as London and Penzance.
St Austell Cornish World  is a unique visitor attraction combining shopping and leisure for a great family day out. Here you can browse and shop at Cornish Market World while the children play at Kidzworld, Charlie's offers fun for young adults and The Kids' Academy is an Ofsted approved nursery, pre-school and holiday club.
There are many places to stay.