Getting Here & Around
Places to Visit
Things to do
History & Culture
Parks, Reserves and Beaches
Aboriginal Culture & Heritage
Glenelg to Seacliff Coastal Walk
Activities & Educational Resources
Below is a range of activities and resources available for learning before, during, or after your museum visit.
We recommend that a prior visit to the centre by teachers may be beneficial. You can also contact our Curators prior to your visit if you require any further assistance relating to resources or history topics.
Welcome to Country with Kaurna man Jack Buckskin
Discovering Pathawilyangga; the story of Glenelg's colonisation from the Kaurna perspective
Tiati Wangkanthi Kumangka (Truth-Telling Together) Virtual Tour
Nganu and Tjilbruke a tale of two heroes
The Story of The Great Emu In The Sky
Australia has been occupied for over 65,000 years. First Nations Australians have an amazing relationship with the land and use storytelling to teach us about culture and history.
Listen to Aunty Clair Jackson tell the amazing story of the great emu in the sky when she speaks to the host of the That's Incredible podcast, Andrew Daddo. That's Incredible! is a podcast for parents and kids.
On your visit to the museum, can you find the Great Emu in the Sky? It can be viewed from two different levels!
Aunty Clair Jackson begins speaking at the 10.04 mark.
Make a Booking
Bookings can be made for groups of more than 10 people below.
Our School Group Bookings will commence from 20 July in line with the beginning of Term 3, and any relevant Government COVID-19 restrictions.
Before your visit please note:
- Entry is by Gold Coin Donation (per person) which can be donated either individually or by the group organiser. Receipts can be provided on request.
- Bag Storage is available.
- All age groups are welcome however groups from Year 4 onwards will benefit most from the displays at the Centre.
- We request that children are supervised at all times whilst in the centre.