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Old Gippstown is located in Moe within the region of Gippsland. You may also wish to see other Moe attractions or Gippsland attractions.
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Old Gippstown is located at: , Moe. For directions on how to get to & from Old Gippstown, please refer to the map. Onsite parking at Moe Attractions is usually available, however we recommend you phone in advance (if possible) for parking information.
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We hope our overview of Old Gippstown attractions in Moe has been of assistance. More information about this attraction can be found at http://www.gippslandheritagepark.com.au
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An easy 20 minute walk from Moe V/line rail station, the park has a cafe and shop that you enter though. the Cafe has a top reputation and the shop has free tourist information.
The park it self is like the Pioneer Settlement at Swan Hill, a number of heritage Buildings that you can walk in and view. Lots of attention to detail. buildings include an 1880's log cabin, an 1863 building that was a Cobb and Co station amoung many things over the years, and now is rebuilt as a cobb and co station with Bar, A two storey iron house that was built in 1850 and moved to Moe from Melbourne, the old Sunny Creek School built in 1890 and Tynong Hall that comes from circa 1886 to name a few.
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
7 days per week
Closed on Good Friday, and from December 21 to 28.
Price was $7 adults on my visit in May, not sure of price for youth, families and con. card holders
Old Gippstown is Gippsland's Heritage Park. It involves large scale exhibits recreating the history of the Gippsland region. It includes a pioneer street and village and is set in three hectares of parkland, providing Playground, barbecue and picnic facilities.The park itself is like the Pioneer Settlement at Swan Hill, a number of heritage buildings you can walk in and view. With lots of attention to detail, the buildings include an 1880's log cabin, an 1863 building that was a Cobb and Co station amoung many things over the years, a two storey iron house built in 1850 and moved to Moe from Melbourne, the old Sunny Creek School built in 1890 and Tynong Hall, circa 1886.
Hours;9:00 am to 5:00 pm7 days per weekClosed on Good Friday, and from December 21 to 28.
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