The Tumby Bay Branch museum operates out of a 1950’s pre-fab school building. It contains memorabilia of local transport, churches, shops, agriculture, entertainment, hospital, war and various household items, ship’s models and huge collections of sea shells.

The museum explores famous pastoralist and philanthropist John Tennant Mortlock’s connection to Tumby Bay, and exhibits a fascinating wardrobe hand carved by Colonel Lovell.

You can find out more about the Tumby Bay Branch Museum here.