Museum membership
7:30PM Friday 24th November

Westonian Lounge (upstairs)
West Adelaide Football Club
57 Milner Road Richmond

To celebrate the Centenary of the opening of the Trans Australian Railway from Port Augusta to Kalgoorlie, which occurred during various events held in October 2017, Bob Sampson will present a power point presentation of images from the various events ie at the TAR Centenary Cocktail Party at NRM on 13 October, at the monument unveiling ceremony at Ooldea on 17 October, and at Port Augusta on 22 October - the centenary of when the first passenger train departed for Kalgoorlie. Also as a highlight will be the screening of a digitalised DVD of a Super 8 colour film made by Bob in 1975, of a journey from Adelaide to Perth - lots to see in this 35 minute film of the period!

And, come first for a meal in the WAFC Bistro from 6pm....great menu at good prices....


As well as the satisfaction of knowing that you are contributing financially to the museum, all members are entitled to:

 » Free unlimited entry to the museum during normal opening hours
 » Family passes for the Semaphore and Fort Glanville Tourist Railway - 2 for Family member, 1 for Single member
 » 10% discount on most purchases in the Break of Gauge Bookshop (conditions apply)
 » 10% discount on the Cafeteria Car hire
 » Six issues of Catchpoint magazine per year

Gold members also receive four free adult admission passes to give to family or friends

Members and friends are also invited to attend general members meetings which are held bi-monthly. All members have full voting rights on issues affecting the museum (but only one vote per 'family' member). The business part of the meeting is followed by refreshments and entertainment (such as an interesting slide or video presentations by members, or talks by special guests). Regular social functions, dinners and BBQs are also organised throughout the year.

To become a member, either contact the museum, or download the membership application form below and submit it by mail to the museum.