The Caboolture Historical Village sits on 4 hectares (about 12 acres) of land just north of Caboolture town centre on the old Bruce Highway.
The dream of preserving our local heritage started with the formation of the Caboolture Historical Society in 1959. The first building arriving 20 yrs later when the old Caboolture Shire Council chambers arrived. After that, and much hard work later, the village grew to over 70 buildings most of which are open for display.
Visitors walk through our newly upgraded visitors centre and step out into a village of yesteryear.
The grounds are laid out in village style and our beautiful buildings house a vast array of memorabilia. You can easily spend a couple of hours reminiscing as you wander around.
- Visitors from Nagoya (Japan) 01-May-2014
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- Urban Country Music Festival Caboolture 2013 03-May-2013
- CHLOE DELIGHTS AT HISTORICAL VILLAGE 12-Jun-2012
A visit to the Village focuses on changes to our lifestyle, transport, communication and industry as a result of technology and innovation. Students will learn of the origins of some of today's most popular items (e.g. mobile phones and iPods) and give some thought to how advances in technology in the future may be influenced by the issues of today, (e.g. climate change, fossil fuels).Read More »
The village hold a number of various themed events throughout each year.
These events are styled to ensure fun for all the family and people of any age group.
There are a broad range of activities and entertainment to please both male and female visitors where you can either just look or even get directly involved.
There are always plenty of food and drink outlets or you can bring your own picnic basket.
For an enjoyable day out check out the details of up and coming events on the linked page.Read More »
The Caboolture Historical Village offers a range of venue options including The Hall, Hotel, Chapel, and the village grounds.
All enquires, questions and bookings can be directed to the Office on 54954581 or by e-mail at email@example.comRead More »
- Adults: $15.00
- Children (5 to 12 years): $5.00
- Children under 5 years: Free entry
- Concessions $9.90
- Discounts available for Groups of more than 25
*discount includes entry to village, purchases at the Gift Shop as well as drinks and food in the Red Hall Café (does not include purchases elsewhere in the village such as the Boiling Billy Tea Rooms or Train Rides).