Minlaton Museum

Built about 1889 the Museum reflects the history of the settlement days and pioneering community.

The Museum located in part of an old General Store built about 1889 has  on display historic and photographic records of the Minlaton District Council, Schools and Churches in and around the area. The Museum is  gathering a collection of ‘eulogies’ and ‘genealogies’ of past and notable residents and several locally written published works and  maintain a room dedicated to documents and artefacts of our local aviation hero – Captain Harry Butler.


Plan your Visit

Minlaton Museum


16a Main Street
Minlaton 5575 SA


The Museum is open Tuesday to Saturday mornings, subject to volunteers being available. Special viewing outside these times can be arranged in advance.


When temperature are 36 degrees and over.

Joyce Yeomans (Chairperson) - 0427 792 271
Entry Fees:

Adults $5.00, Concession $4.00, Children (6-12years) $1.00