Spring is in the air, a lovely time of the year to visit our beautiful gardens. Take time to visit 13 rooms in the Museum, 4 pavilions, working blacksmith, police cell and laundry. Live music, sausage sizzle, Devonshire tea and plants for sale. Gift shop is open and stocked with unique craft. Enjoy wandering and exploring this unique historical site.
Come along and enjoy a fun afternoon with our classy glass displays. Adelaide Historical Bottle Club members will display their collections. From soft drink to beer bottles, chemist lines and unusual jars, share the passion for this unique hobby.
Enjoy the afternoon as you visit 13 rooms in the Museum, 4 pavilions, blacksmith shed, police cell and laundry.
Surrounded in a beautiful garden setting take time to wander and explore.
Enter a tardis like no other ... Step into our time machine and be transported back 100 years to experience the life of an Australian family in 1917. Visitors will receive a time-travel 'pastport' giving them access to all rooms in the Museum. Come dressed in old fashioned clothes (if possible) to add to the fun. There will be hands-on activities in each room and do not forget to stamp your 'pastport'.
Be charmed by room settings in miniature and amazed by their precise detail. Hear enthusiasts talk of their small obsessions.
Enjoy the afternoon as you visit 13 rooms in the Museum, 4 pavilions, blacksmith shed, police cell and laundry. Surrounded in a beautiful garden setting, take time to wander, explore and be entertained. Devonshire tea is available and our Gift Shop is a delight with unique craft.
Be charmed as you explore the Museum building full of room settings in miniature. Be amazed at their precise detail. Hear enthusiasts talk of their small obsessions. Visit the outdoor displays in 4 pavilions, the working blacksmith, police cell and laundry. Devonshire tea is available and our Gift Shop is stocked with unique craft.
Army Museum of South Australia History Festival lunch. 'Our Lighthorsemen'. Three prominent historians talking about the legend of the Lighthorsemen 100 years ago at the Battle for Beersheba and other actions during WW1. Discussion leader - Peter Goers. Includes a 2 course meal, drinks purchased from the bar, raffle prizes.
His Excellency the Governor and Mrs Le invite you to Government House to view the public rooms, learn about the current workings of the House and explore the gardens as part of DreamBIG Children's Festival.
Particpate in a circus workshop or enjoy a children's guided meditation session.
This display is a must see, every room depicting all things chocolate. See the historical timeline, weird and wonderful facts and enjoy many fun activities. Excite the senses of sight, sound, touch, smell and - especially - taste! Enjoy the 'chocolate bar' buffet. Gift shop is stocked with unique craft.
Two films and a collection of photographs will celebrate the life of legendary outback cattleman Sir Sidney Kidman. The first film, A Wild Birthday Party, records a 1932 rodeo held for Sir Sidney Kidman’s 75th birthday. Over 50,000 people attended, but not everything went to plan. The second film, Murracurra, documents a road trip with Sir Sidney Kidman, Mr Sidney Reid and Adelaide journalist Maurie Fisher, who wrote under the pen name ‘Murracurra’, in June 1928. Travelling by train to Broken Hill they embarked on a five week, 2160 mile motor trip though outback Australia to inspect Kidman properties in a year of extreme drought and hardship.
The films were the work of Christo Reid’s grandfather, Sidney Reid, who had joined Kidman’s business after marrying Kidman’s middle daughter Elma in 1911. Reid went on to manage the vast Kidman enterprise until 1935 and his son Reg – Christo’s father – also worked in the business until his early death at 56. Christo is the author of two contrasting books, Cactus: Surfing Journals from Solitude and Kidman: the Extraordinary Life of Sir Sidney Kidman.