Manager's Choice Guided Tours

Roseworthy Agricultural Museum

The Roseworthy Agricultural Museum showcases vintage agricultural machinery with an emphasis on the evolution of farming methods and Roseworthy Agricultural College history. There are many models including a working half-scale stripper, made by JG Ramsey of Mt Barker and first exhibited at the 1878 Paris World Fair, and a working model of a 1908 Saunderson tractor, the first tractor used in South Australia.

The Manager of the Museum would like to take you on an exclusive nitty-gritty tour of select equipment, providing demonstrations of the machinery in action and revealing how they helped shape the history of our state.

Bookings essential by phone/email.

Venue
Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Bookings required

  • Wheelchair access

Event type

Guided tour

Dates and times

Wed 8, Sun 19 & Wed 29 May, 1pm (approx. 60 mins)

Location

Roseworthy Agricultural Museum, University of Adelaide Roseworthy Campus, Mudla Wirra Rd, Roseworthy

Cost

Free

Booking

Bookings essential by phone/email.

Contact

University Collections
8313 3086
roseworthymuseum [at] adelaide.edu.au

Connect

Venue