The Museum is managed by volunteer members of the NTSA Tea Tree Gully Branch. An elected Management Committee meets monthly to review progress, manage finances and plan ahead.
Many other volunteers assist in maintaining and running the Museum and raising funds. A team of volunteers construct displays and maintain the site.
Much physical work is performed by the 'Monday Munchers' - cleaning and display preparation inside, gardening outside, and maintenance all over.
Our Guides Roster looks after Sunday public openings.
Numerous people cater for school and group tours.
There’s a volunteer opportunity to suit just about anyone . . .
tour group host
data entry person
school group host
rostered Sunday guide
craft-maker for gift shop
report and grant application writer
Enjoy using your skills and interests and become part of the volunteer team at your Museum.
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Follow the experiences of some of our volunteers via the SA Community History blog site.
The Museum is financed through the efforts of our volunteers.
All entry fees and sales from our gift shop go directly toward maintaining the Museum. Special fundraising events are held.
We apply for available government and corporate grants.
Locals may support us through the Tree of Living History: