... where Yorke Peninsula's prosperity began.
Visit the KADINA HERITAGE MUSEUM and find out about the mineral discovery that put Yorke Peninsula on the world map.
See "Kadina's Story", a thematic and photographic display depicting the history of the Peninsula's largest and most important town.
See the restored Matta House, a former mine manager's residence.
See the agricultural display featuring the evolution of farming machinery which forms the basis of the National Dryland Farming Interpretive Centre.
Five acres of exhibits, including many working displays with nine serarate display sheds.
KADINA HERITAGE MUSEUM is located two kilometres south of the Kadina Post Office on Matta Road. Access is from the main Kadina-Moonta Road, or via Russell Street (off the main Kadina-Wallaroo Road.)
Wednesday 2 pm - 4.30 pm
Saturday & Sunday 2 pm - 4.30 pm
Public & School holidays 10 am - 4.30 pm
Other times by arrangement.
Phone 08 88212721 (when open).
Admission fees apply.