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Find out when the next Village Alive Days will be held along with other special events.
History Hunt Challenge
Transport yourself back in time this May! We challenge you to complete the History Hunt trail at The Village during May for your chance to win an overnight stay at The Loxton Riverfront Holiday Park! Entrants must be paying Village guests only and over 18 years of age. Visit The Village to enter and win!
Visit The Village volunteers on East Terrace, Loxton, where they will be serving delicious home-style food and treats from their renovated Pie Cart. Visit the restored 1912 Dennis Truck loaded with memorabilia for you to view. Come along, ask questions and learn about our history!
Corner of East Terrace & Drabsch Street
10am-2pm on Thursday 4th and Friday 19th May 2016
Riverland Self-Drive History Tour
Discover the Riverland's vibrant history by visiting some of the region's most interesting historic venues. See how those before us lived or reminisce about days gone by. The self-drive tour allows guests to explore at their own pace. Entry fees at some venues may apply. Opening time may vary.
Hard copies available from The Village and The Loxton Visitor Information Centre.
Download your copy here!
Riverland Self Drive History Tour.pdf
Step back in time: to an era before TV, air conditioners and computers, when bread was baked at home in a wood-fuelled oven, milk came directly from cows to the table and when horses pulled ploughs to cultivate the land.
The Village, historic Loxton tells the stories of the region's early settlers and their families, displayed in over 45 recreated buildings and exhibits on the banks of the mighty Murray River. All buildings and displays have been relocated or built on site, with most replicating original constructions from Loxton's pioneering years.
Spend the day and explore thousands of historical items, vintage machinery, vehicles and more...
See how pioneers of the region transformed dry Mallee plains into lush citrus orchards and how farmers combated floods, drought, heat, rabbit plagues and devastating winds to produce some of the best cereal grain crops in the country.
Experience the settler's lives, their churches, schools, homes and general stores.
Plan to spend the day leisurely taking your time to explore thousands of historical house hold items, vintage machinery, vehicles plus much more. Exhibits are brought to life during 'Alive Days' hosted during the Easter and June long weekends.
2017 Opening times
Open Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 3pm
Closed Mondays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
2017 Entry Prices
Adults - $14.00
Children (4-14 years) - $8.00
Children under 4 years - Free
Pensioner - $12.50
Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $37.00
Group Entry (12+people) - $10.00 per person
(4 years and under free entry - excludes education/group visits)
Allow enough time to thoroughly explore and experience all The Village has to offer.
As The Village has pets that roam the grounds, animals are not permitted within The Village. Pets are welcome to sit under the entrance building veranda and a water bowl can be provided for your pet’s comfort.
You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy within The Village. Or treat yourself to a selection of tea, coffee, biscuits, drinks, ice-creams and treats from The Village shop.
Smoking is not permitted inside The Village.