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Balaklava Attractions



Urlwin Park Agricultural Museum
Balaklava
Urlwin Park Agricultural Museum is one of two sites operated by Balaklava Museum Incorporated. Opened in 1986, Urlwin Park houses a collection of vintage farm tractors, tillage and harvesting implements, and stationary engines. There is a replica of Anders Blacksmith Shop, an Anders working windmill, an early rural bank building, a telephone exchange and working telephones. The Zacher Pavilion showcases the district's early manufacturing industries with a collection of 'Balaklava made' horse drawn vehicles and farm machinery (for example Walter Blake, Brebner and Keefe, Ahrns Bros, Illman and Sons), plus tributes to the wool industry and to Dean Zacher, after whom the pavilion was named. Enjoy a trip through history.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Balaklava Museum Centenary Hall
Balaklava
Centenary Hall is one of two sites operated by Balaklava Museum Incorporated. It was built in 1878 and has a colourful history, having been occupied by the Church of Christ, Druids and Rechabite Lodges, schools, a kindergarten and the Lutheran church. It was also used for town band and choral society practice, before being purchased by the local branch of the National Trust in 1975.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Balaklava Golf Club
Balaklava
Balaklava Golf Club is located just over 100 kilometres north of the city of Adelaide and three kilometres east of the lower north township of Balaklava. It has been a colourful and integral part of the community since 1923.
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Balaklava Courthouse Gallery
Balaklava
The historic old courthouse at Balaklava, built in 1913 and converted into an art gallery and separate gift shop, is managed entirely by community volunteers. Varied exhibitions lasting six weeks range from paintings and sculptures to quilting and craftwork. Exhibition space is free to artists. A popular attraction is the Balco Art Price held in July/August each year with associated prizes up to the value of AUD3000.00. The shop is stocked with locally hand-crafted gifts.
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