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Clues found in relation to the Somerton Man mystery (Australain Police)

Adelaide Tours: Somerton Man Mystery

On 1 December 1948, an unknown man was found dead on Somerton Beach, sparking international intrigue at the dawn of the Cold War. Over seventy years later, the ‘Somerton Man’ remains one of the state’s most enduring mysteries. Retrace his final movements and revisit the clues that captured imaginations around the world. Bookings essential.

Presented by National Trust of South Australia


(BOOKED OUT) Sat 8 May, 10am (approx. 90 mins)


Meet at Ayers House Museum, 288 North Tce, Adelaide


Adult: $15.00
Concession: $13.00
Member: $10.00
Child: $10.00

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National Trust of South Australia, 8223 1234,


Companion Card accepted Bookings Essential

Bookings essential
Please note that these walking tours may include uneven ground. Sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing are recommended.

Event capacity: 20


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