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This place is brilliant. What's their to see, read and experience is unbelievable. It will bring memories back to retired touring people. This little known site should be advertised more. The old school building and its contents, especially the contents was outstanding. Open a draw...More
The volunteers who have created this facility deserve a gold medal. under stated but so much on display with accompanying info.
just a terrific all round effort congratulations
PS hope there are a younger generation coming through to continue the good work 😉😉
I called into this pioneer park and was a surprise package, for just a gold coin, you get a full history of how people farmed the area over 100 years ago and also plenty of photos, plus old houses and machinery etc to check out,...More
This was fantastic place for our family and highly recommend for a quick look or pack a picnic lunch day trip. Gold coin donation was a bargain and we were happy to pay extra for the great experience. Will definitely be back for an open...More
Worth the trip to see how our Pioneer Families lived in the hard "Outback" of the early days. The kids loved the Train and school house. it is difficult to understand the isolation, of this, one time thriving community
we decided to take a detour thru these tiny towns on the C254 on our trip from mildura to the SA murray. so glad we did. great attraction that is preserving the past of this rugged part of victoria. very interesting old buildings and objects...More
great collection of lovingly maintained historic buildings. you can see many buildings from the 1800s including a police lockup,school building,railway station etc. well worth the visit when they have open day
We thought we'd go out for a nice drive to Meringur from Mildura and see the Millewa Pioneer Park for the day. We were pleasantly surprised at what a wonderful place the community has setup. Each of their displays have been setup very well highlighting...More
On the strength of the other review for this attraction that was rather damning we thought that perhaps it was a mistake to drive out here. We were actually pleasantly surprised that a community effort to retain and display bygone era memorabilia is actually worth...More