Eyre Peninsula’s foremost early settlers museum owned by the National Trust of South Australia.
Featuring.. 1903 blacksmiths workshop and cottage; historic pine log hut; Pioneer Room containing home appliances, utensils and furniture through the ages; one teacher Koppio school; Bob Dobbins barbed wire collection; horse drawn vehicles; stationary engines; vintage tractors; farm machinery; vintage cars and trucks; the Jericho Family Heritage Treasures; “Burning Issues Exhibition” re bush fires; historic bank and Post Office; 40 seat function room with disabled access; barbecue / picnic / children’s play area: century old general store.
Operating Hours – Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm. Closed Mondays except School Holidays. Open public holidays except Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Entrance Fees – Adults $10.00; Pensioners/Concession $8.00; Students $4.00.