Home of the largest display of tractors in South Australia. The aim of the Booleroo Steam and Traction Preservation Society is: “To foster the restoration and preservation of antique steam engines, vehicles, farm tractors and implements which show the technical developments and skills of an era now past”. Whatever your interest in agricultural-based machines, many can be found at Booleroo Centre, 260 kms north of Adelaide.
The BSTPS was formed by a group of local farmers in 1968. Since then the society has acquired an enviable collection of tractors, steam exhibits, stationary engines and equipment associated with our rural industrial and agricultural heritage.
If you are exploring the district for a day or two, or simply passing through…We have sites available for camping or caravans with drive through access suitable for the larger rigs. Powered and unpowered sites with ablution facilities.
To obtain a key:
Business hours: call in to the Booleroo Post Office or call on 08 8667 2185
After hours: please call the contact numbers listed on the board.
If you have any queries regarding camping please do not hesitate to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
**Please note** onsite camping during Rally weekend is limited. It is recommended that you contact us via email or telephone to check availability to avoid disappointment.
AddressWhite Cliffs Road
Booleroo Centre, South Australia, 5482
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