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Penneshaw Maritime And Folk Museum
The Penneshaw Maritime and Folk Museum is a National Trust Museum situated in Penneshaw on the Dudley Peninsula at the eastern end of Kangaroo Island. It has displays, information and artefacts on the maritime and folk history of the Dudley Peninsula.
The Museum was started in 1968 by a group of dedicated local people led by Keith and Margot McKenzie. At that time many people came forward to donate personal historical items from the Dudley Peninsula.
The Museum was initially a sub branch of the Kingscote Museum and the Kangaroo Island Branch of the National Trust. In the 1980s the Dudley area became a National Trust branch in its own right.
Open from September to May inclusive or by appointment. First Sunday of the month open 12pm to 5pm.
- Adult $3 (valid 19 Aug 2011 - 31 Dec 2013)
- Concession $2 (valid 19 Aug 2011 - 31 Dec 2013)
- Family $7 (valid 19 Aug 2011 - 31 Dec 2013)
- Wednesday: 3pm to 5pm Thursday: 3pm to 5pm Friday: 3pm to 5pm Saturday: 3pm to 5pm Sunday: 3pm to 5pm ......
- Car park
- Coach Parking
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
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While all Kangaroo Island accommodation is suitable for exploring the Island, particular regions of the Island afford different advantages. Whether you are arriving in the evening and need accommodation close to the ferry port, you prefer to be close to shops and restaurants or if you really want to get away from it all and stay in a more secluded area, there is a region on Kangaroo Island to suit everyone.