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“Volunteering has made my life complete”

Sara (Willunga Branch volunteer)

How much time do you need to volunteer with the Willunga Branch? That is up to you! We have all sorts of activities and program that embrace all sorts of skills. If you want to learn something new, we can help. Our activities are extremely varied and add value to our community. Whether you like finding things out, talking to people, making things, organising/helping events, or digitally communicating, there is bound to be something that you would find enjoyable, challenging, as well as meaningful. You do not have to be a member of the NTSA to be a Willunga Branch volunteer.

Why not contact us and find out more? Fill out our volunteer form to start the process of becoming a volunteer.

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    It was great to read and see items from the early days, and imagine what it must have been like. Australia is great to learn about.

    Rebecca Hilman

    Beautiful historic building & friendly volunteers.

    Kerry Edwards

    Thank you seems inadequate. Our daughters wedding on Saturday 16th December was beautiful. The work, effort and care put in by the museum staff was above and beyond. We could not have asked for better. Everyone had a wonderful time and will remember it for many years to come. The set up was beautiful and efficient, whilst being flexible to the needs and wishes of the bride and groom. The setting was idyllic, peaceful and stunning. Thank you so much.

    Renny Goodwin

    Educational and good value for history buffs. Beautiful, old local stone buildings as can be seen in much of the Willunga area. Local volunteers are very helpful and can provide much info about the area including the shipwreck history, Star of Greece, at Port Willunga. You might even be lucky to visit when there is a walk and explanation by one of the volunteers. Very pleasant grounds complete the experience.


    Friendly staff and 2 interesting displays (courthouse n slate museum). Lovely setting.

    Henry Monshall

    My wife and I got married here over the weekend, nothing was ever too difficult for Judith and her team. They bent over backwards to make sure our day was as special as it could be and we had an incredible ceremony on the lawns of the historic courthouse. We would highly recommend this place if you are considering it for a wedding. We would like to give a massive thanks once again to Judith.

    Nick Stone

    Very historic and well maintained heritage site.

    Good for kids and a must see for willunga visitors. Go for a picnic.

    Mick M

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