Tumby Bay Branch Museum

The Tumby Bay Branch Museum is housed in a circa 1950's pre-fabricated school building.

Tumby Bay Museum contains memorabilia of local transport, churches, shipping, shops, early settlers, agriculture, entertainment, hospital, war and various household items, ship’s models and collections of sea shells. Discover Tumby Bay’s connection with the famous pastoralist and philanthropist John Tennant Mortlock and see Sir Charles Todd’s walking stick and a fascinating wardrobe hand carved by Colonel Lovell whilst headmaster at Lipson School.


Plan your Visit

Tumby Bay Branch Museum


Corner West Tce and Lipson Road
Tumby Bay 5605 SA


Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10.00am - 5.00pm Friday , Sunday & Monday from 2.00pm - 4.00pm.Saturday from 10.00am - 12.00pm. Also open when sign is displayed or by request.

Pat Carr (08) 8688 4210, 0428 350 670
Entry Fees:

Adult $5.00, Children $1.00