Streaky Bay National Trust Museum
The museum is housed in a former primary school. We have an extensive range of local and South Australian exhibits.
In the backyard, there is a collection of agricultural machinery and transport items, a relocated 1886 mud and timber farm cottage, a doctor’s surgery and printing machines from the local newspaper, the “West Coast Sentinel”.
There is a 1936 Straight Eight Nash car, which carried the first overland mail service from Adelaide to Streaky Bay in 1938.
Come and experience, first hand, how life was lived in country South Australia in the past.
Guided tours and group bookings available.