The Ceduna School House Museum, which was originally built in 1912, was the town’s first post office and jail.

The  museum has a collection including aboriginal artefacts and those related to Maralinga Village where British Nuclear tests were carried out between 1956 and 1963. Other items on display include a large collection of household items and restored farm machinery of all types used by the local pioneering families of the past, a room containing a large array of medical equipment dedicated to the Bush Church Aid Society, a plaster cast of a 25-foot basking shark found at Fowlers Bay in 1914 and the skull and ribs of a Southern Right whale.

You can find out more about the Ceduna School House Museum here.