More information about History:

Why The Stick Shed was Built

There was a wheat glut in Australia beginning in the late 1930s. The main overseas wheat export market was Great Britain and Western Europe, which…Read More

How the Stick Shed Functioned

It was located on the main Adelaide to Melbourne railway line. To service these storage sheds, a new railway siding called “Marmalake” was built in…Read More

The Stick Shed Moving Forward

Slowly momentum increased and the Stick Shed gained recognition as a heritage building that could function within an active and regionally important grain storage facility.…Read More