Extensive farm machinery collection interpreted through displays covering many aspects of life on the land.
Managed by the Kadina Branch of the National Trust of South Australia, the museum tells the story of Australian dryland farming, the local copper mining industry and the social history of Kadina, through thematic and photographic displays, across half a hectare of undercover exhibition space including the historic Matta House built in 1863.
50 Mines Road
Kadina 5554 SA
Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm. Weekends and public holidays 10am - 4pm
Good Friday and Christmas Day. *Please note if the temperature exceeds 37 degrees the museum will also close.
- 0408 209 061
- Entry Fees:
Admission fee includes Matta House