For all general enquiries please use the details below.

Phone: 08 8207 6255
Fax: 08 8207 6266
Post: 126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015

For all enquiries please email:

For media enquiries or to arrange an interview, please contact Kristy Rebbeck, Marketing, Communications & Partnerships Manager on 8203 9869.


Kevin has worked in state and national museums for over twenty years and is a past president of the Australian Maritime Museums Council. Kevin believes the great strength of the SA Maritime Museum is the ambience of its heritage buildings and its location in the state’s first heritage precinct. ‘Our stories have greater meaning because we explore history in the places where it happened.’

Stuart manages the steam tug Yelta, police launch Archie Badenoch, and our collection of large objects including the Port Adelaide Lighthouse. He depends on the support of a crew of fifty volunteers. Stuart is qualified as a master mariner and a marine engine driver. He has a long association with the sea, working in the fishing industry. ‘I get great joy from working with the heritage vessels and playing my part in keeping them operational so that they can be enjoyed by all.’

Lindl has worked in museums in Queensland, NSW, ACT and Victoria. She manages the SA Maritime Museum’s program of changing exhibitions exploring new areas of history. Lindl also manages the Museum’s collection, how it is conserved and researched and what new artefacts are added to it. Lindl works with a wonderful crew of volunteers, particularly in caring for and researching the collection.

Adam is a cultural heritage professional with a wide range of experience. Over the past ten years he has worked as a heritage consultant for Archaeological and Heritage Management Solutions, lecturer at Flinders University and is now a curator at the South Australian Maritime Museum. An active researcher Adam has recently completed his PhD which examined issues of power and value during the 2002-2011 Port Adelaide Waterfront Redevelopment. In particular class and its impact on the production and consumption of heritage and the role of heritage experts during the development were considered. The research was funded by the Australian Research Council and industry partners; the South Australian Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the South Australian Maritime Museum and Archaeological and Heritage Management Solutions.

Karen manages the day to day operations of the Museum including running the exhibition building, visitor services, holiday programs and our volunteers program.

Visit the History Trust of South Australia website for our strategic plan and annual report.

Amy is an Administrative Officer who works at the front desk in reception at the Maritime Museum.

Suzanne works with students from Preschool to Year 12, developing and implementing rigorous education programs that align with the Australian Curriculum.

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