Push the boat out with SA Maritime Museum curators and publican and brewer Jade Flavell as we explore the boozy history of grog at sea. A unique pairing of tasty historical titbits and thoughtfully researched beverages including a new specialty beer launched on the night. It's sure to make history!
A Sunday packed with all things analogue: photographic tours of the Port's hidden corners, Pinhole camera safaris for kids, and tintype portraiture. Dress up and pose against vintage studio sets, encounter The Beastie (camera and developing lab in one), and create striking cyanotype prints in our Loft Lab.
Saturday 20 May and Sunday 21 May
Boarding at 12:15 and departing at 12:45pm sharp
ST Yelta is South Australia's last working steam tug. Built in 1949, the tug spent its working life in Port Adelaide. View the vestiges of the Port's inner harbour and further up the river, enjoy a unique view of the Quarantine Station and remnant mangrove shoreline.
Monday 8 May, 11:00am to 12:30pm and 1:00pm to 2:30pm.
The objects displayed in our Museum are only the tip of the iceberg. Much of the collection is kept in storage. Venture into our storage facility to peek into our drawers and scour our shelves. Learn about why and how we collect and discover the stories behind our 'store stars'.
Enjoy a five-course menu inspired by foods eaten during French navigator Nicolas Baudin's sojourn on Kangaroo Island in 1803. The South West Supper Club is a pop-up restaurant developed by one of South Australia's most dynamic chefs, Tim Bourke. Dine in the rustic ambience of Weman's sailmaker loft.