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Templin Historical Village

Boonah Fassifern Rd, Templin, Queensland, Australia
5463 1970
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Templin Historical Village

Wonderful historical village with a range of old buildings, equipment, machinery and paraphernalia... read more

Reviewed 4 July 2017
Ranger43
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Brisbane, Australia
Templin Historical Village Open Day

We visited the open day held on Sunday 28 May. The village is managed completely by volunteers and... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
Helen H
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Brisbane, Australia
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Boonah Fassifern Rd, Templin, Queensland, Australia
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5463 1970
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Reviewed 4 July 2017

Wonderful historical village with a range of old buildings, equipment, machinery and paraphernalia. This property is run by devoted and passionate volunteers. Well worth a visit. Combine with a trip into Kalbar to the Wiss Emporium for a day out.

Thank Ranger43
Reviewed 2 June 2017

We visited the open day held on Sunday 28 May. The village is managed completely by volunteers and boasts an array of buildings and sheds, an early settlers hut and a Telecom phone exchange where you can see how a landline telephone call was connected....More

1  Thank Helen H
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Exploring the Scenic Rim on a Sunday drive and you like to take in the local history, then put Boonah and the Templin Historical Village on your ''must do" list. On this Sunday drive which started in Ipswich travelling along the Ipswich-Boonah road, I stopped...More

Thank Brock C
Reviewed 13 December 2016

We went to the village with a guest from UK. It was a lovely day, perfect for wandering between the buildings. So much to see... The staff are very friendly and helpful. The have some beautiful old dresses etc., in the most beautiful lace, all...More

Thank katejim1
Reviewed 27 August 2016

The Templin Historical Village has much to see. The treadle organs in the church building are in beautiful condition. The Fashion House is fascinating with so many displays. The people who volunteer here are very hospitable and willing to answer questions. The school house has...More

1  Thank Robyn G
Reviewed 11 June 2016

I called in here while I was in the area and thought it would be interesting to see the nostalgia and learn a little about the area. wow the volunteers were awesome and the guided tour with the knowledge that they have was a great...More

1  Thank Corynne J
Reviewed 12 May 2014

We were in the vicinity of this venue only on days when it was not open to visitors; however a phone call to the number shown in the brochure resulted in us being granted a special opportunity to be there whilst some of the volunteers...More

3  Thank Aileen and Robe... E
Reviewed 3 June 2013

As most of my ancestry are from Templin,which was then known as Prussia,I am very interested in your historical village,do names such Dickfos,Krueger,Kruger and,Schnieder,are just a few,that you might know.My Grandfather Harry Dickfos owned the Normandy Stud,and his father Carl Dickfos was a pastor in...More

6  Thank heather c
Reviewed 21 January 2013

On the way home from camping we decided to stop into this historical village, 3 adults, 6 kids ($30). It is run by volunteers from the historical society, the ladies were very friendly and informative. The village is only open from 9.30 am every Sunday....More

4  Thank tim3513
Reviewed 9 December 2012

We discovered this historic museum quite by surprise on our travels and we are so glad we did ! My husband and children do not share my love of historical sites and history whatsoever and yet they spent over 90 minutes at this site going...More

3  Thank ladycatrin
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