Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Village Museum

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Experience life in the 1800s. Located in the beautiful Kangaroo Valley, The Pioneer Village Museum is situated next to the historic Hampden Bridge and Kangaroo River. Numerous buildings house exhibits from the period donated by descendants of the original settlers of the Valley. Original buildings, beautiful gardens, historic exhibits and photographs, early settlers hut, pioneering farm equipment all demonstrate how early Australian settlers and pioneers lived, worked and played. Take a walk over the historic wooden suspension bridge, into the extensive bushwalking area overlooking the beautiful Kangaroo River, enjoy a picnic lunch or have a barbecue in pleasant surrounds. Great for everyone, families, tour group outings and school excursions. Call mobile number for bookings. Open every day for groups of 12 or more when booked in advance. Open every day December-January and school holidays. Closed Tuesday and Thursday the rest of the year 10am-4Pm.


2029 Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, 2577
4465 1306
0421 930 214


Indicative Prices $10 (Seniors AUD5.) Child $5 (Children under five years are free of charge.)
Opening hours: 
Open 10am - 4pm Daily Dec-Jan and all school holidays. Closed Tuesday/Thursday the rest of the year.