Coal Creek Community Park & Museum, Korumburra
(4.5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Come along to Coal Creek Community Park & Museum and ride the bush tramway, buy some old fashioned lollies from the general store, and feed the ducks in the lake. While you're here drop in and have a look at the community gallery and be sure to talk to our volunteers for their knowledge of local history. Come on one of the scary ghost tours and see the village at night. Think of Coal Creek for your wedding or for a special event with the family. Take a look at our Korumburra trip generator to schedule your visit to Coal Creek Community Park & Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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TripAdvisor
  • Wandered in on a quiet Sunday. Considering it is staffed by mostly volunteers it was good. The staff were very friendly and informative. 
  • It is free and spent 2 hours here. Friendly staffs and great place to visit on our way to Philip island. 
  • Had a great day at Coal Creek Village. It is like a smaller version of Souverign Hill. Even though it was free admission, the buildings and grounds are very well maintained and provided an entertainin...  more »
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  • Stopped there on the way back from Wilsons Promontory and ended up exploring for about 2 hours. Entry to the Village is free, but there's a couple of different train rides you can pay to take. Plenty of old buildings to investigate and see how life used to be in the early 20th century without paying for the expense of Sovereign Hill - but being a community run place it's obviously not so commercial either. Well worth a look if you're in the area.
  • Free to enter and park is well set out. Enjoyable even without the history.
  • It's like stepping back in time and it's free!! There is so much to see.
  • Awesome historical village. Worth a look
  • Free entry, was empty but great to look around