Roseworthy Agricultural Museum

The Museum emphasises the influence of local manufacturers and Roseworthy Campus on the development of dry land farming techniques, but includes allied subjects such as dairying, shearing and blacksmithing. It also has working tractors, stationary engines and participatory displays.

Address: 
The University of Adelaide, Roseworthy Campus, Roseworthy, SA
Tel: 
0883037739
Hours: 
10am-5pm Wed and third Sunday each month, tours by appointment
Admission: 
Adults $3, children $1, family $6
Facilities: 
Guided tours, museum buildings and toilets accessible to the disabled including wheelchairs
Collection: 
700 items
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Items

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Harvester

Creator:
James Martin & Co Ltd
Description:
Horse drawn stripper, 4 foot comb, wooden wheels.
Date:
1900

Tractor

Creator:
Hart-Parr
Description:
Two cylinder kerosene engine, steel wheeled.
Date:
1926

Wagon

Creator:
James Martin & Co Ltd
Description:
Horse-drawn wagon, English pattern, wooden wheels.

Engine

Creator:
R. Hornsby & Sons
Description:
Stationary oil engine, 6hp horizontal cylinder.
Date:
1906