Pioneer Town, Wheatbelt History Museum, Western Australia
Take a step back in time to see how the pioneers of the area lived. The Pioneer Town Museum features a variety of site specific displays, including a general store (complete with old grocery items), pipes, tobacco tins, cameras and veterinary instruments from the 1930's, a bar from the German Embassy in Fremantle, a kitchen display from the 1900's, and a bottle collection dating back to 1870.
See the pedal organ from the 1950's, which was originally used at dances in the Hyden Hall, the Lake King Pavilion and Hyden East.
Learn about Hyden's history while browsing the photo albums dating back to the first settler's times.
Summer: 8.30am - 6pm (Septemeber - March)
Winter: 8.30am - 5.30pm (April - August)
Cost$5 per person
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- Phone:+61 8 9880 5022
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