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The 3 Day Highfields Pioneer Village Easter Vintage Festival is running on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday 31st March, 1st and 2nd April 2018. The theme of the festival is ËœFollowing Footsteps”. Come and experience rural life in the Australian Pioneer days! Milk a cow, learn how to crack a whip or be a blacksmith.
Animal Nursery

Enjoy Billy tea and damper made on authentic camp ovens. Don’t miss the spectacular Grand Parade and the baby animals nursery. There will be live music and great food. You might even encounter the infamous bush ranger Ned Kelly!

Whether you love history, you’re a vintage machinery buff or you are just looking for great entertainment, you will have a wonderful time at the Easter Vintage Festival. It is an affordable, entertaining weekend for all ages. Past visitors have come for a day and returned for all three!

Historic Tractors

The Queensland Government, via Tourism and Events Queensland, is proud to support the Easter Vintage Festival which features on the Live! in Queensland events calendar. Queensland, just the place to experience Australia’s best live events.

There truly is something for everyone at the Easter Vintage Festival, so gather up your family and friends and keep the Australian Pioneering Spirit Alive – just 15 mins drive north of Toowoomba at Highfields Pioneer Village, Wirraglen Road Highfields, Queensland.

The Village is open from 9am to 5pm each day of the Festival.

Entry Fees
$20 Adults, $15 Concession, $5 Child, $45 Family (2 Adults and 4 Children under 15yrs).
Please note there are now Eftpos and credit card facilites at the Village. There will be an ATM available for the three days.

For those people who want to save time this Easter- tickets for the Easter Vintage Festival are available for purchase online:

Submitted by:
Jody Dodds
Highfields Pioneer Village, Museum and Park Inc.
(a non-profit organisation run entirely by volunteers)

Photo Report

Louise Howard, Christine Wells, Cherie Woodard of 19th Century Queensland
Easter Pioneer Village Easter Festival historical skit – Ned Kelly
Soil Researcher Bevan McLeod with quality produce for sale at the Village Markets




Highfields Pioneer Village – Milking the  Cow
Homebuilt tractor in the Grand Parade
Cinderella Coach from the Village Collection
Doug Ashford and Jody Dodds
Scene from the Grand Parade
Joanne Kiepe and Richard W.



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