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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.
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.
of the early settlers and their families, evident in more than 45 buildings and exhibits within The Village. Stroll down memory lane and experience their lifestyles. Visit the bakery, bank, blacksmith, printing office, motor garage and even the dentist – if you dare!
were relocated or built on site with many replicating original constructions within the district. Exhibits are regularly maintained and in some cases additions have been made to meet modern safety requirements.
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 (excludes education/group visits)
Pensioner - $12.50
Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $37.00
Group Entry - $10.00 per person