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Reid's Saw and Planning Mill Officially Opens

It was an historic day as Keid’s Saw and Planning Mill was officially opened at the Historic Village Herberton this month.   Unveiling the plaque was Phyllis Smith who donated the authentic working sawmill, built by Ted Keid, in the 1950’s, at Wondecla.  It has taken more... read more...


Village Recognised As One of Queensland's Best

The Historic Village Herberton has been recognised as one of the top three cultural tourism attractions in Queensland at the State Tourism Awards in Brisbane on Friday night, November 13.   Craig and Connie Kimberley, owners of the Historic Village Herberton, said they were... read more...


Inbound Agents Soak Up Australia's History

Around 100 visiting travel trade and industry professionals were treated to an authentic Australiana experience at the Historic Village Herberton today.  Stepping back in time, the visitors tucked into a traditional bush breakfast complete with damper, baked beans, scrambled... read more...


Village Welcomes Inbound Travel Agents

Around 100 visiting travel trade and industry professionals will experience Australia’s yesteryear with a visit to the Historic Village Herberton this Friday, October 23. Craig and Connie Kimberley, owners of the Historic Village Herberton Village, said they were excited to... read more...


Model Railway Helps Men's Shed Volunteers Get Busy With Their Hands

It may be miniature in size but there is nothing small about the charming Herberton inspired model railroad and township currently being built by Townsville Men’s Shed volunteers. The project, which has taken more than 1000 hours to complete, has been driven by... read more...