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Traverse a working steelworks site and learn of processes, ore and steel production from the safety of a bus. Unearth unforgettable Whyalla. A tour of the ship is included in the price of admission into the Museum.
Ship tours are at The ship stands high and dry, 2km from the sea and 2 metres off the ground. Thousands of visitors every year enjoy the unique experience of actually walking under the ship before climbing aboard with their tour guide. Ship Tours: Daily Please note that access to the ship is by guided tour only, and ship tours may be restricted or modified in extreme weather conditions.
Access requires being able to traverse stairs and ladders. Learn the stories and see behind the scenes of more than years of significant Australian iron and steelmaking history.
The Whyalla Steelworks are a fully-integrated operation, starting with the mining of raw materials and ending with the distribution of finished steel products. Approximately 1. The balance of the steel is then converted to finished products in the Whyalla Rolling Mill. These products service the construction and rail transport industries. Depending on production and maintenance schedules you will get to see different parts of the process operating around the hectare site.
Your tour will take you past the blast furnace, coke ovens, reed beds, steelmaking and casting plant and the rolling mills, where structural steel, rail line and steel railway sleeper sections are made. Owing to safety requirements the tours are conducted along an agreed and authorised route and passengers do not leave the vehicle or enter any of the buildings whilst on the steelworks site.