Attractions for Kids - Quorrobolong (2325)

the Lower Hunter Valley, the Hunter Valley, New South Wales (NSW)

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    South Sea Islands Museum

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    The South Sea Islands Museum is a hidden gem, displaying everyday cultural objects from each of the main regions in Oceania. Objects range from a 100+ year old Solomon Islands war canoe that once carried royalty to an Australian Aboriginal boomerang designed for killing emu's. Half the museum is dedicated to themed exhibits while the front section houses a range of amazing objects from regional Oceanic cultures. Entrance is via a gold coin donation. All donations are used to pay for the ... Read more operation of the facilities. The Museum is open: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday 1-4pm. Access outside those hours or guided tours must be booked in advance.

    The Australiana Pioneer Village is a heritage listed open air museum in Historic Wilberforce. We have picnic grounds, bbq's, 2 cafes, a lolly shop, carriage rides, sheep sheering, blacksmiths, old time photos and much more to do for the family. There are also ghost tours. Weddings can also be organised. Why not have your party or end of year function here? Open Sundays from 10 - 4. Prices to get into the village is $5 for adults, $3 for school aged children and $15 for a family of 4. For other ... Read more days and special days visit our website.

    Overall score: 5 out of 5

    GREAT DAY FOR THE FAMILY

    28-10-2015

    My family were recently at The Australiana Pioneer Village, so much to do, not enough hours to do it all, will definitely be going back. Loved the Animal Feed Walk, Going back to School in the 1800s, didn't get the cane thank goodness, the re-enactment was fun, lovely Volunteers who are passionate about the Village. Great shops, brought lollies, souvenirs, had damper in the Damper Camp what a pretty place to sit in we had lunch at the Oxboro Inn, food was so reasonable and tasty. The kids all enjoyed the horse and cart ride. Glad we decided to go

    A step back in time

    22-10-2015

    Absolutely loved this place , a step back in time to the 1800's of what Australia used to be like. So much to look at and learn. Lots of activities for kids to participate in. My kids loved going on the animal feeding walk to feed the village animals, they had a sulky ride around the village. We watched the reenactments in the village street and kids can even participate in them. We experienced old world charm in the 'Damper Camp' restaurant, where we had afternoon tea of Damper, cockies joy & billy tea, at a very reasonable cost. The buildings are furnished as they would of been from that era, and each has their own bit of history. Lovely big picnic grounds if you want to take your own food, with bbqs available. Cheap entry into the place, a great place to keep all your family amused and have a relaxing day. We are definitely going back again!

    Living our Heritage

    22-10-2015

    What a fantastic place to see our heritage being preserved by knowledgable and passionate people. It was a chance for our children to experience the life of their great grandparents. We dressed in period costume for a photograph and had the most devious Devonshire tea. The blacksmith was a real hit with my son, he was so willing to share his knowledge with a 10 year old. My daughter loved the carriage ride so much she went on 3 times. The entry price is so reasonable $15.00 for the family... It usually costs me a small fortune to go out for the day. Well done to all involved.

    Great day for kids

    21-10-2015

    This is a great place to take kids. Loads of room to run around, wonderful old buildings that show how ordinary Australians used to live, horse and cart rides, train rides, good food, picnic areas, an old school house, plenty of free parking and cheap as chips. Its run by volunteers who are friendly, knowledgeable and passionate about the place. Definitely worth the drive!

    Great value for a family fun day out . . .

    21-10-2015

    A visit to The Australiana Pioneer Village is a must for anyone of us with children or grandchildren - it is such great value for the very cheap entry fee - just $3 for the little ones and $5 for we adults - you can even get a Family Pass for just $15 that includes 2 children and 2 adults. Once inside The Village you get 27 acres to play in - look through the authentic houses, Church, shops, eateries, walk around the lagoon, see all the animals, crack a whip, have a picnic, see the ladies making butter or home-made lemonade, see a shearing and spinning demonstration and take part in a re-enactment - or pay just a few dollars for an old fashioned horse and cart ride - we find it exceptionally good value and the children love it - it's easy to spend the whole day there - and they always want to go back again !!!

    Fun for Kids

    07-10-2015

    My kids loved this place. They did a treasure hunt, ride on a horse and carriage, tasted damper, watched butter being made, and were convicts in the re-enactment. Entry for a family was on $15 which is really cheap considering everything that is there. We did have to pay for the horse and carriage ride which was $3 pp. Will definitely be back. We we'll be back!

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