- Date Posted
- 23 May 2022
- Kapunda Museum
- Arts & Culture
Roles and responsibilities
Volunteers required for assistance in general maintenance, helping set up new displays and restoring items (from small items to farm machinery)
Can work in conjunction as Museum Attendant
Will be working with other Handypersons
Centrelink recipients are required to meet all obligations
About Kapunda Museum
Housed in 1866 Baptist church, which was a technical school from 1948 till the 1960s, the Kapunda Historical Society’s museum depicts the social and commercial history of Kapunda, the oldest copper mining town in Australia.
The museum has two floors depicting the social and commercial history of Kapunda. There is also an extensive display of agricultural machinery, with a motor pavilion displaying, amongst other motoring memorabilia, Kapunda’s old fire engine, ambulance and hearse.