World War I Memorial
The smallness of the town is perfectly captured in the First World War Memorial which has the insignia 'In honour of ten men who died in defence of home and liberty'. The men died in France, Palestine and Egypt.
The town's museum (make enquiries regarding its opening times) is located in the old Flour Mill. It contains an interesting collection of local memorabilia.
Adelaide Plains Parish Uniting Church
The Adelaide Plains Uniting Church was the old Methodist Church. It is an extraordinary church which is out of balance. It looks as though one of the turrets has fallen off. The church was built in 1909 and the stone was laid by Sir Samuel Way, who was the lieutenant-governor of South Australia at the time.