Inverell Pioneer Village is a collection of authentic historic buildings and homes from Inverell and the surrounding Districts dating from 1841 set in a peaceful village environment.
Displays in the Pioneer Village include Grove Homestead which was originally built in 1841, Keera Station Blacksmith’s Shop showing the tools of trade of the early blacksmith, The Mining Museum housing a collection of photographs and mining tools dating from the late 1800s from the Inverell, Tingha and Emmaville Districts, Rob Roy Hall with the George Devine Photographic and Camera Museum and the old Inverell Hospital Ward housing the RSL Museum of Militaria and memorabilia from all the wars in which Inverell District has been represented.
Visitors to the village can also try their luck at finding a sapphire in the wash pond.
Please be aware that during wet weather Pioneer Village may be closed.
Groups and coaches are catered for by prior arrangement and the village is available for functions.