Adelaide House was designed by John Flynn in 1920 and built by the Australian Inland Mission in 1926. One of the earliest buildings in town, this ‘bush nursing hostel’ offered health services and hospitality to those living in the tiny town of Stuart. Museum features outback nurses, Flynn’s story, Pedal Radio invention and passive outback architectural design. Church designed with features that memorialise Flynn’s vision for the Outback.
- Experience ambience of one of Alice Springs oldest buildings.
- Displays of 1920’s nursing and film.
- Read letters that inspired Flynn in his vision.
- Original pedal radios.
- Self Guide pamphlet and audio tour in Church.
- Cuppa and time for a chat on the verandahs with locals.
- Walk Todd Mall, Alice CBD shops.