EASTER AT THE VILLAGE
The Highfields Pioneer Village volunteers are celebrating their three-day Easter Vintage Festival on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday — April 15, 16 and 17 with the theme of the festival being Keeping Time.
Come and experience rural life in the Australian pioneer days and learn how to milk a cow, crack a whip or be a blacksmith.
Enjoy billy tea and damper made on authentic camp ovens see the spectacula grand parade and visit the baby animals in the nursery.
There will be live music and great food — you might even encounter the infamous bush ranger Ned Kelly!
Whether you love history, you’re a vintage machinery buff or you are just looking for great entertainment, you will have a wonderful time at the Easter Vintage Festival.
Want to spoil Mum this Mother’s Day and looking for somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of the city to relax and enjoy her company?
Treat her to some billy tea and damper for just $5 each, starting at 10am on Sunday, May 14.
If you are looking to support a great cause, get together for a cancer-free future at the Highfields Pioneer Village on Thursday, May 18 at 10.30am.
For just $10 each you can enjoy a lovely cup of billy tea and damper in the scenic surrounds of the Village complex.
It’s a chance to relax, catch up and chat while raising funds for cancer patients and their families! This includes a free ticket to the Pioneer Village. For those people who want to save time this Easter and jump the queue, tickets for the Easter Vintage Festival are now available for purchase online at www.eastervintagefestival.com.
So gather up your family and friends and get down to the Pioneer Village, open seven days a week from 10am to 4pm.
For more information phone 4696 6309 or visit www.highfieldspioneervillage.com.au.
Having a great time are (from left) Claire Ramsey, Holli Powell, Amy Williamson and Richard Wheeldon at the Easter Vintage Festival.