A major new display at Beachport Old Wool and Grain Store Museum fills a gap in the telling of the history of Beachport and the surrounding district.
Training workshops for users of Collection MOSAiC Plus, the collections management software for small museums, were held over 5 days at the end of July in the RSL Memorial Hall, Torrens Parade Ground, Adelaide.
The Leopard Tank arrived on Thursday, 28th July 2011 on the back of a large low loader truck from Bandianna in Victoria. The crane had already pre-positioned itself to lift this 45 ton monster off the carrier and onto the bitumen of the Keswick Barracks Parade Ground. The Tank occupies a position on the SW corner of the Parade Ground and will be 'Holding Ground' in a ceremonial protection of the Ground.
The Army Museum is about to take possession of a 45 ton Main Battle Tank used by the Australian Army from 1977 until recently when the Abrams Tank was introduced into service.
The Oral History Association of Australia’s SA/NT Branch SA 175th anniversary OH website was launched with fanfare on 5 July 2011.
Every Dish Tells a Story is an interesting website project about food in the Central Flinders Ranges. Every Dish Tells a Story stems from a story film project that began in 2009.
Moonta’s medical history is now on display in the School of Mines Local and family History Resource Centre (Moonta Mines Museum) - bottles and interesting medicines galore!
Amanda and Pauline have recently returned from a fieldtrip to Whyalla and Melrose, visiting the Mount Laura Homestead Museum at Whyalla, the Whyalla Maritime Museum and the Melrose Courthouse Heritage Centre.