Does this remind you of your school days? Come in sit down, and be ready for a lesson on the past
Jack Rudd, Col Boundy and Joan Rudd
We have several of these telephones connected around the complex. See if you can ring your friends the old fashioned way!
Volunteers have restored this cart which had origins during WW1
Do you recognise any of these and can you purchase them in the supermarket today?
School children asking how tools were made in the past.
ur Gilston Rose is in full bloom!
come and see how pioneers lived
Anna from Spinners and Weavers with Taylor enjoying the day
This is an amazing piece of lace
Come and see how the water is pumped using the windmill.
Ticket window in station office
Is this how you baked your goodies?
Devonshire tea was the feature of the day
A special thank you to Ros for supplying this shelter for our use.
Our latest display. All the way from Springbrook, come and find out it's story
Delma explains how the timber getters used all these tools.
We shared with Family History Society .another way we connect with our community
Slab Hut with windmill and cream shed.