Local History

Explore Eyre Peninsula with the family by visiting local National Parks, tasting local wines, browsing local museums, enjoying free picnic and BBQ areas in and around Port Lincoln
Most importantly take the time out to relax, unwind and enjoy a little bit of our “fresh Eyre”.

Our Local History includes: Museums, Monuments Memorials Historic Buildings & Places & People of significance.

  • First Landing Site
  • Old Mill
  • RSL Military Memorabilia Display
  • Tod Reservoir Museum
  • C. L. Alexander National Trust Museum – Tumby Bay
  • Excell Blacksmith & Engineering workshop Museum – Tumby Bay
  • Bellwood Museum – Yeelana
  • Monuments & Memorials on Eyre Peninsula

 

Mount Dutton Bay Woolshed Museum

Mount Dutton Bay Woolshed Museum

Eyre Peninsula
The heritage listed ‘Mt Dutton Bay Woolshed’ is a ‘working’ Museum consistin More info
Old Mill Port Lincoln

Old Mill Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln
The Old Mill was built in 1846, is the oldest standing structure in Port Lincoln. It was built as pa More info
Axel Stenross Maritime Museum

Axel Stenross Maritime Museum

Port Lincoln
Axel Stenross Maritime Museum Take a step back in time to enjoy this absolute waterfront maritime mu More info
Railway Museum

Railway Museum

Port Lincoln
Railway Museum Hours Open 1pm -4 pm. Wed, Sun + Public holidays Closed Good Friday & Christmas D More info
Settlers Cottage Museum

Settlers Cottage Museum

Port Lincoln
Settlers Cottage Museum Open every Sunday 2pm – 4.00pm From October to May Phone 8682 3975 Loc More info
Koppio Smithy Museum

Koppio Smithy Museum

Eyre Peninsula
Vast heritage Collection on 2 hectares in rolling hills of Koppio, Agricultral machinery, Tractors, More info
Excell Blacksmith & Engineering workshop Museum – Tumby Bay

Excell Blacksmith & Engineering workshop Museum – Tumby Bay

Tumby Bay
Home of the Brattenising Plough The Excell Museum is the home of the Brattenising Plough, patented a More info