Stansbury Museum

Stansbury Museum

The Museum is housed in the first school building, 1878-1908. The Main room shows the history of Stansbury in detail, other rooms: doll collection, clothes, hardware, bedroom, sitting room and dining room.

Address: 
North Terrace, Stansbury, SA
Tel: 
0888524231
Hours: 
2pm-4pm Sun and Wed.
Admission: 
Adults $2, Children (5-28) 50c, Family $5
Facilities: 
Limited wheelchair access, toilet, education brochures, group concessions, parking facility
Collection: 
2,000 items. A farm implement and hardware shed are complemented by kitchen and laundry collections as well as RSL and bottle collecitons.
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Items

Model

Lime Kiln

Creator:
F. Evans
Description:
Model of kiln including all tools, stone and lime walls, cardboard roof.
Date:
1991, 1930s
Item Id Number:
SY 924-1

Bullock yoke

Description:
She-oak timber strut with U shape metal to attach to beast necks.
Date:
1900s
Item Id Number:
SY 219

Oyster dredge

Creator:
Geo Martin, Blacksmith
Description:
Triangular metal frame with mesh ring behind.
Date:
1885
Item Id Number:
SY 210

Nightgown

Description:
White calico completely hand sewn with pintucks and lace.
Date:
1900s
Item Id Number:
SY 277

Photograph

Mail Day at Jetty

Description:
Enlargement of original photograph, shows people and carts at jetty site.
Date:
1905
Item Id Number:
SY 880-1