South Australia

South Australia

Tramway Museum of St Kilda

Electric vehicles provided the main public transport in Adelaide in the five decades from 1909. The Museum has 19 preserved electric trams, which it operates, and also 4 trolley buses, a horse car and a 1950s diesel bus.


This National Trust historic house contains 5 rooms of furniture, exhibits and photographs.

Keith National Trust

The Museum's collections focus on: the 1894 settler's cottage; the 1910 Congregational church and manse; the AMP Society Land Development; the Gold Escort Route of 1852; and the Wild Dog Fence which saved the fledgling colony of South Australia from failing.Approximately 1,000 items including a f

Port Dock Station Railway Museum (SA) Inc

An undercover collection of locomotives and railway vehicles, depicting the history of railways in SA and the Commonwealth Railways. The steam era, railcars and diesel's and all three rail gauges are represented.

Luhr's Cottage

Luhr's cottage is the original dwelling of the Lutheran School's first school teacher and his wife and family of 6 children (one stillborn). It has been furnished to match the era. It is constructed of pug and timber (Redgum) and fronted by a cottage garden.

Geralka Rural Farm

Geralka is a modern broadacre farming property, producing wool and grain. The land was originally part of the old Bungaree run established in 1841. A section of the farm has been established to receive visitors. Guided tours show how a modern farm works.

Yankalilla District Historical Museum Inc

The museum is designed to reflect the industries and lifestyle of the district since settlement. The buildings, constructed to house machinery, were architecturally designed to resemble farm buildings and have all been built by voluntary labour from local community groups.

Whyalla Maritime Museum

The Whyalla Maritime Museum consists of the former HMAS Whyalla, museum building and garden.

South Australian Museum

Founded in 1856, the Museum holds collections of natural and cultural history which are among the finest in Australia. Natural history displays of fossils, animals and minerals have an emphasis on South Australian specimens.

Jamestown National Trust Museum

The Museum is in the former Railway Station, built in 1885, and adjacent goods shed; it was opened in 1971 the centenary year of Jamestown and district. Items in the Museum Collection have been donated by the local people & they all recall a past way of life.

Edithburgh Museum Inc

The Museum presents interpretive displays on the local shipping history, salt industry, and settlement of Troubridge Agricultural Area which includes settlement of Edithburgh and district.Approx 15000 items, 1000 photographs

National Trust of South Australia - Clare Branch

The Museum is housed in Clare's first public building (1851) for Police Barracks and Courthouse. Holds collections of clothing, artefacts, local early records and photographs (copies can be ordered), wagons and farm implements.

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.700 items