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Coal Creek Revisited

Beautiful Photographs of Coal Creek Historical Village on the South Gippsland Highway in Korumburra.

Pictures includes shop souvenirs, old buildings, old mail box, geese wandering throughout the gardens, steam train, Coal Creek sign, pond, antiques, old ivory key piano, people, visitors, ducks on the dam, the cafe and restaurant, old machinery, railway tracks, old bridges fences and windows, hay bales, wood shed, cast iron kettle, old barrels, machinery and equipment, antique signs, inside and outside the lovely old church, old canisters, statues, gorgeous flowers growing in pots and garden beds, antique telephone, butter factory wagon, plaques, horse and wagons, old saddlery, wagon wheels, tennis statues, old post office box and letter slot and more …

This is a great place to visit time and time again…and at any time of year. With several acres of re-constructed villages, old time implements, heritage displays, working steam engines, a restaurant, function rooms, tourist information, souvenir shop, animals including geese and a pony and much more … it’s a fabulous place to take the family during school holidays or on weekends.

Enjoy a picnic on the lawn, have a snack in the restaurant, ride the steam train on Sundays, browse through the little souvenir shop or just wander the streets of the village…and the good news is – ENTRY IS FREE.

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Elizabeth is the author of 6 books including the International Best Seller 500 Confessions. As a teacher she helped many small business owners get started with Build Your Own Websites Classes. These days Elizabeth enjoys a life of luxury on The Gold Coast but still plays as a CONTENT CREATORPROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER and WEB DESIGNER. Her passion for living, loving and laughing, remains at the forefront of her focus.

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