Open daily 10am - 3pm (weather permitting
Closed if forecast 36+)
Cost $20pp, $30 couple, Under 16 years free.
(No charge for model ship Gallery at Info Centre).
Bookings not required (except for large club groups, which can book for anytime).
Lots of free parking
Adults with young children are responsible for their supervision, to ensure their safety, and for the comfort of other visitors.
Daily tours 10am - 3pm
Open Public Holidays
2.30pm last entry into ship. Please note : stairs into ship
Ship & Info Centre closed Thurs 1 June - Sun 4 June
(engineering work, preparing to move ship later this year)
CLIPPER SHIP CITY OF ADELAIDE
Dock 2, Honey St, Port Adelaide (extension of Ocean Steamers Rd)
The world's oldest surviving composite clipper ship
We aim to publish curriculum links for the Australian Curriculum.
It is a work in progress and will inspire teachers and students to connect with the oldest remaining clipper ship in the world.
It is not necessary to reside in Port Adelaide or South Australia to involve students with the learning possibilities of the Clipper Ship City of Adelaide- engagement in learning is available to you anywhere in the world!
How does a sailing ship move? What happens when the winds are light or there is no wind?
ACARA science sequence of content F-6
Strand science understanding.
Substrand Physical sciences
Year 2- A push or a pull affects how an object moves or changes shape ( ACSSU033)