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All reviews barbed wire blacksmith shop post office two hours incredible collection household goods rural life school building farm machinery set aside memorabilia tractor yesteryear tank exhibits jericho cottage
Set aside enough time to check out all the exhibits in this museum.
No animated, interactive light shows here! Just well organised and displayed amazing collections especially the enormous barbed wire collection (who would have thought that could be interesting!), the incredible collection of everything...More
Koppio Museum is truly fantastic location to revisit a gone by era. The collection of antiques are abundant and displayed beautifully. I loved the rooms that have been recreated to reflect a past living style as well as costumes of that era. There is a...More
What a great museum the organisers should be proud
Several stand alone exhibits , I liked the extensive barb wire collection, the early school room ,the early machinery from the area plus many more well worth a visit
This is worth the drive, roads were pretty good too, for gravel roads. Take cash and your basic lunch as mobile reception is pretty non-existent. Drinks and ice creams are available for sale, coffee and tea ditto. Great picnic area under shade with tractors the...More
It was good to look at the history of the area we visited and to learn about what they did. The part I enjoyed the most was looking at how they used to print newspapers and the old types of typewriters they first started out...More
A wonderful and well set out museum. Who knew there was so much barbed wire? The collection is world regarded. The pioneer homes and the old machinery make the overall display very informative. I agree with other reviwers, bring your own refreshments and there is...More
This was well worth the drive up from Port Lincoln. A well organized display of items from yesteryear, such as horse pulled carts and vintage farm machinery' as well as a display of every type of barbed wire ever used and when we entered the...More