Jamestown’s Railway Station Museum has many stories to tell, with themed rooms covering sport, home activities, and social stories.

Featured are some of the people who worked toward making Jamestown what it is today: MS McLeod; Dr James Cockburn; the Gordon family; Sir Hubert Wilkins and inventors Both and Trilling.

Learn about the The Emu Factory (known for its cordial, chutney and butter); the South Australia Farmers Union, a farmer co-operative formed in Jamestown in 1888 which went on to employ 1000 people in the 1970s.

See 19th century farm machinery, medical equipment, railway items and machinery from Jamestown’s Flour Mill, and JJ Christie’s paintings.

Resident caretaker Liz Bentley-Stevens cherishes the opportunity to help you make the most of your visit.

Open: Mon-Fri 10.30am – 3.30pm

Closed Weekends

Contact: 0408 858 628  |  0417 863 450

Admission: Adults $5, Students $1, Pre-school Free

Enter northern end of Irvine St