Image of sheep sales at Bungaree in 1920s

SA History Festival Event: Guided tour with Devonshire Tea, 12 May

A special guided tour of Bungaree Station will be just one of the many events held in May to celebrate our State’s rich heritage as part of South Australia’s History Festival.

As part of the History Festival, we will be conducting a special guided tour, with Devonshire Tea, on Saturday 12 May at 10:30am. Visitors will obtain a unique insight into Bungaree’s 175 year history while exploring the iconic village-like property, that was  established at a time when Australia rode “on the sheep’s back”. Key sites visited will include the Woolshed, Store, Church, Stableyard and Homestead Gardens. Devonshire tea is included, as well as activity booklets for children.

Tickets are priced at $15 per adult and $7.50 per child. Bookings are essential and can be made by phone, email mail or online.

If you are unable to join us for the special guided tour on 12 May, self guided tours of the historic village-like property are available daily between 10am and 4pm every day during the History Festival.

For other special events happening around South Australia as part of the History Festival throughout May, pick up a copy of the full program at your local Council, Library or Visitor Information Centre or visit the SA History Festival website.