Music in the Customs House GardenVictor Harbor National Trust Museum

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Music in the Customs House Garden

A chance to discover the story of Victor Harbor and its heritage. Then while you listen to folk music enjoy a Devonshire Tea under the verandah or in the gardens of the Circa 1866 Customs House. Bookings are required due to a small area. $10 to be paid on the day.

Discover Victor Harbor’s story as you take a self-guided tour of the museum’s two buildings. Each building has interactive displays and information that will involve you in a journey of discovery. At the end relax on the verandah or in the seaside cottage garden and enjoy a Devonshire tea as you listen to the music of Sharradogg. A mixture of English, Irish, Scottish and Australian Folk music. Sharradogg have been involved in music festivals and performing in cafes and open mics in Adelaide for a few years. Both have impressive credentials as individual musicians having performed in bands in Australia and overseas before coming together as Sharradogg.
Only for one weekend- Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th May, from 1pm till 2.30pm on each day, bookings are essential, due to space constraints.

Event dates

Event Details

1 Flinders Parade, Victor Harbor, South Australia

We are opposite the entrance to the Granite Island Causeway.


Sat 6th May 1pm to 2.30pm
Sun 7th May 1pm to 2.30pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 10, Members $ 8.00
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Free parking on Flinders Parade