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Yes the entry price does seem a little steep, some of the static shop and house displays aren’t very inspiring and the woman on the ticket desk has no customer service skills, but we still had a great time.
The highlights were the working historic...More
Look a little expensive We thought, Place looked a little run down, However displays and performances were outstanding with great knowledge. Watch out for the Cockatoo, he can be a cheeky bugger. Steam Train ride was OK with my wife helping the Driver in Engine,...More
I took my three grandchildren to Timbertown today, 13, 9 and 6. What a great day it was, so much to see and do. Of course the buildings are looking old they are meant to look that way, one hundred and something. Do people really...More
We visited on the October long weekend and were appalled at the price to enter with little return . 2 pensioners , 3 adults and 3 kids $176! For that price we got .. 1 ticket to ride a steam train for 3 mins ,...More
The meat pie, mash, peas and Garvy was so bad that you could not eat it. The mash was half cooked potato with no attempt to mash the lumps. The pie was burnt. Avoid at all cost.
The attraction were run down and very untidy....More
Sadly Timbertown has become very tired and run down. The entrance price is expensive for what you get, not really value for money. The exhibits are all very dusty and look terribly unloved.
In spite of this we still had a good day.
This place really needs a good makeover, very tired, not enough narrative and exhibits could do with a good dust. This may have been a great attraction years ago but not so now. The horse and carriage driver did not interact with passengers or describe...More
A great day in July....a huge range of historical artifacts,working steam engines (powering still working timber machinery),train rides,horse and buggy tours,films of real life in the day,blacksmith working while-you-watch......too many exciting and nostalgic activities to mention here. The choice of food also in line with...More
Had a lovely day even though it sprinkled on and off - all the attractions were operating except the bullock train, staff were friendly and made the day special. Would definitely recommend as a fun family day out!
Sadly very disappointed to visit here and see how tired the whole area is.
What should be a time in history being remembered the only thing I will remember is the Fantastic train driver.
Everything looks neglected and sad.
In my opinion if you are...More