Cobden Pioneer Park is open to the public on the third Sunday of each month from 11am to 4pm. It is also available for hire for special events. Featuring the exceptional Harold Lamb vintage buggy and carriage collection.
Visitors can enjoy an insight into a historic farming lifestyle and view an expansive collection of vintage farming equipment in recreated and restored buildings that were typical of the era.
Be sure to check out the amazing Harold Lamb buggy and carriage collection and unique pieces like the legendary “Boneshaker” bicycle, one of only 2 left in the world.
Cobden Pioneer Park is open to the public on the third Sunday of each month from 11am to 3pm. It is also available for hire for special events.
This historical theme park is located in Grayland Street adjacent to Cobden Miniature Railway. It was established on the Cobden racecourse reserve in 1998 to preserve the district’s past history for future generations.
The aim of the Cobden Pioneer Park is to preserve the history of the Cobden and Heytesbury region which is strong in dairy, timber and general agriculture. Authentic buildings have been moved to the site and others have been faithfully re-created to show how the pioneers of our district lived and earned their livelihood.
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