Club Run to Roseworthy Agricultural Museum 20/10/13

Club run to Roseworthy Agricultural Museum

Sunday 20th October

Meet:  9.30am Bunnings Parafield, Main North Road (northern corner)

Cost:  $5.00 Adults (Family $12.00 max)

BBQ Lunch, tea &coffee& cake available.

Roseworthy Agricultural is a Working Technology Dryland Farming Museum, established in 1989 and run entirely by volunteer members of the Gawler Machinery Restorers Club Inc.

The Museum strives to present the history and the development of agricultural machinery, much of which was invented in South Australia. We do this by highlighting innovation and invention in our State, including the contribution through research and development of Roseworthy Campus, and the impact of local manufacturing.

Current Displays

– Restored vintage tractors: Holt 45, British Wallis, Howard DH22 and more.
– Restored Stationary Oil engines: Blackstone, Tangye, Campbell.
– Restored farm machinery
– Interactive model displays
– Farm memorabilia

Miniature train rides also available on the College Grounds.

A great Family day out!

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