Laidley pioneer village & Museum
Step back in time as you amble through the Butcher Shop, school house and the famous slab hut.
Laidley Pioneer Village and Museum is the oldest historical village in Queensland. Established in 1972, the village is a picture of rural life in Queensland from the early 1800's.
From the tractor shed to the old butcher shop, from the school house to the slab hut, the restored buildings and contents are a great visual reminder of days gone by. Lots of hands on activities for the kids, delightful morning tea available for all. Don't miss the Big Breakfast! Only $10 for the best breakky in town. All this plus the Blacksmith demonstrations, vintage machinery and don’t miss the new wagon and sulky display.
Entry is free but donations are always welcome. Open 8am – 3pm Thursday and Friday and 8am - 2pm Saturday. Cnr Pioneer and Drayton Street, Laidley.
Contact: 07 5465 2516 / 0409 016 204