Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Timbertown has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Timbertown Heritage Theme Park is one of the most beautiful heritage parks in Australia; a fascinating destination in its own right. If you are looking for a place where you can step back in time and enjoy life back as it was back in the day, then look no further than this park.
The heritage park is set on an expansive 87 acres and encompasses a whole village.
Timbertown History, Ticket Prices & Opening Hours, Wauchope NSW
Timbertown was opened in 1976 and has since attracted a high number of people from both Australia and around the world. In addition to the village setup, there are many amazing things to do. How about taking time to watch the bullock show with the little ones, enjoy a ride on the steam railway or take your chance panning for gold.
For those who love a farm setting, there is the chance to feed the animals – one of the most exciting activities the kids can engage in while at the park. Some of the animals include ducks, chickens, pigs and alpacas. Take the farm experience a notch higher and watch the cow milking. Alternatively, take a ride on a horse-drawn wagon and marvel at the size of the village.
The Maul and Wedge License Restaurant and Function Centre is a perfect venue for different events. Pass by Wallaces Store to get treats for the quintessential sweet tooth experience. Other amenities include the Vickers Fudge Factory, The Heritage Playground, as well as Timbertown Winery.
Facilities include picnic areas and camping grounds. The park is mostly wheelchair friendly; including the Steam train journey. The park does not allow pets because of our working animals on the farm, but guide dogs and assistance dogs are allowed.