Inverell Pioneer Village - Gateway to the past
Entrance Gate to Inverell Pioneer Village
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The Village, situated on Thunderbolt's Way (Tingha Rd.), just south of Inverell, is a collection of authentic homes and buildings, relocated from their original sites throughout the area.

You can wander at your own leisure through buildings set in picturesque surroundings, landscaped as a village of yesteryear. Included in the village is the Goonoowigall School, which houses the 'Inverell Tiles Of Time' donated by the students of Inverell TAFE College. Places of interest in the village include The Grove Homestead, Paddy's Pub, a Blacksmith's Hut, Miner's Hut, Oakwood Hall, the Times Office and the Gooda Cottage, which houses an excellent display of minerals and gemstones. 

In fact, each building houses a very extensive display within the building, some related to the original building while others have displays of other historical value. Take time to walk through each building for a powerful glimpse into our past.

Afternoon tea with damper and cocky's joy (golden syrup) is available by prior arrangement only. Tea, Coffee and biscuits are available from the Village Store at all times.

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