Ceduna School House Museum

Ceduna School Museum built in 1912 also the first post office, the first gaol.

The Ceduna School House museum also has a collection including aboriginal artefacts and those related to Maralinga Village where British Nuclear tests were carried out between 1956 and 1963.

Other buildings within the complex include the Denial Bay Gaol, large machinery sheds, a blacksmith’s shop, a church, and a cottage.

Other items on display include a large collection of household items and restored farm machinery of all types used by the local pioneering families of the past, a room containing a large array of medical equipment dedicated to the Bush Church Aid Society, a plaster cast of a 25-foot basking shark found at Fowlers Bay in 1914 and the skull and ribs of a Southern Right whale.

Address:

2 Park Terrace Ceduna 5690 SA

Open:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 10.00am - 12 noon Wednesday 2.00pm - 4.00pm Thursday 10.00am - 4.00pm

Entry Fees:

Adults $3.50, Children $2.00, Family $7.00

What we offer: