The Loxton Historical Village has an aura of old world charm. When entering the village you will feel like you have been transported back to the late 1890''s when the Loxton Township was just being developed. Foundations for the Loxton Historical Village were laid in 1970 when Loxton National Trust branch built a pug and pine replica of ''Loxton''s Hut'' - there are now over 45 fully furnished buildings and sites depicting and preserving the history and way of life of early Riverland settlers. Several buildings are home to the 1956 Murray River Flood exhibition, an amazing collection of photos showing the heartbreak and destruction.
For a glimpse of what early life was like step back in time on ''Village Alive'' days when a number of exhibits and machinery are operational, including the bakery, sheep shearing demonstrations, tractor parade and the blacksmith shop, with staff and volunteers wearing period clothing.Visit Website
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, BBQ Facilities, Car park, Coach Parking, First aid equipment, Kiosk, Parking for the Disabled, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Sheltered Area, Toilet facilities for the Disabled