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The Hillbilly Goats Bring High Energy Entertainment

Australia’s pioneering past will be brought to life with a swag of entertainment at this year’s Pioneer Weekend at the Historic Village Herberton on May 14-15.  Village owners Craig and Connie Kimberley said they had pulled out all the stops for the annual event, which sees... read more...


Rail Ambulance Finds New Home

  It was a tricky business relocating the Village's 1927 rail ambulance to its new home across the Bridge at the new Train Station exhibit. We needed some help from the Atherton - Herberton Historic Railaway to assist.  This rail ambulance is a great... read more...


Village Toy Shop Opens

The Historic Village Herberton has officially opened its new Children's Toy Shop.  Village owners Craig and Connie Kimberley said they were just delighted to open the Toy Shop to the public on Good Friday, last month.  “It has been closed for several months while we restored... read more...


Exhibits Open For Easter Holidays

There will be fun for young and old at the Historic Village Herberton this Easter School Holidays, with the opening of the new Toy Shop and a fun filled Easter Egg Hunt to celebrate. Village owners Craig and Connie Kimberley said family fun was the order of the day with the... read more...


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...