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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
25 Mar 2018 10:00am to 25 Mar 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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Steam and Station Tour
25 Mar 2018 10:00am
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
Join us for an immersive day experiencing Port Adelaide's rich heritage. In the morning visit the Torrens Island Quarantine Station, only accessible by Maritime Museum bus. This 90 minute guided tour provides access to the Quarantine Station which was built in 1879 to stop diseases coming into the country. In the afternoon cruise on the historic ST Yelta and experience the age of steam on South Australia's last working steam tug.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
25 Mar 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
14 Apr 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
15 Apr 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
29 Apr 2018 10:00am to 29 Apr 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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“Secrets of Wedge Island: a forgotten history”
08 May 2018 6:00pm
SA Maritime Museum
A camouflaged radar station in World War II , a rich sailing heritage, and an isolated farm on a remote island… The remarkable secrets of Wedge Island, on the tip of the Yorke Peninsula, are explored in a new novel by Anne Winckel. Join Anne as she shares her ancestors’ stories of island life and reflects on how they inspired her writing.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
13 May 2018 10:00am to 13 May 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
19 May 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
20 May 2018 10:00am to 20 May 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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Steam and Station Tour
20 May 2018 10:00am
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
Join us for an immersive day experiencing Port Adelaide's rich heritage. In the morning visit the Torrens Island Quarantine Station, only accessible by Maritime Museum bus. This 90 minute guided tour provides access to the Quarantine Station which was built in 1879 to stop diseases coming into the country. In the afternoon cruise on the historic ST Yelta and experience the age of steam on South Australia's last working steam tug.
ESI348212-070218115115
Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
20 May 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
02 Jun 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Historic tug cruises: ST Yelta
03 Jun 2018 12:00pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ST Yelta was built for the Adelaide Steamship Company and launched at Sydney's Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1949 and spent its working life in Port Adelaide. Now you can take a trip back in time to explore Port Adelaide like never before. View Port Adelaide's historic landscape from the river and get a glimpse of the Port River dolphins. The cruise leaves the wharf at 12:45pm, returning at 2:45pm, please check-in at the Port Adelaide lighthouse at 12:00pm to receive your boarding pass.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
19 Aug 2018 10:00am to 19 Aug 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
22 Sep 2018 10:00am to 22 Sep 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.
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Torrens Island Quarantine Station Tour
21 Oct 2018 10:00am to 21 Oct 2018 12:45pm
South Australian Maritime Museum
126 Lipson Street, PORT ADELAIDE SA 5015
Torrens Island Quarantine Station was built in 1879 to stop passengers bringing diseases such as small pox into Adelaide. Today, the site is remarkably intact and evokes the experiences of passengers placed in quarantine from the 1880s to the 1960s. The fully guided 2 hour tour visits the bathing blocks that separated first and second class passengers, the boiler house used to power fumigation, the morgue and the isolation hospital.