Discover Old Gippstown
Old Gippstown was established in 1968 with the aim of preserving the heritage and telling the story of the region, through a collection of buildings and artefacts. It is an historical village with 35 relocated buildings from Gippsland and 10 others being built to complete the town.
The buildings house a collection of furniture and artefacts dating from their eras. Its collections span the period from the early Gippsland pioneering and gold mining days to the model, mining town of Yallourn.
Old Gippstown’s core aim is to present the history of Gippsland for the benefit of present and future generations, by preserving, researching, recording and presenting the unique collections in its care.
For a glimpse of what it’s like to wander around Old Gippstown, please view the following video
Cataloguing and Collections Management Team
A team of committed volunteers
The Cataloguing and Collections Management Team at Old Gippstown, a group of dedicated volunteers, ensure that Gippsland’s heritage and local history is recognised, recorded, managed and maintained at Old Gippstown for future generations.
Become a volunteer and help keep Gippsland’s history alive for current and future generations.
Experience Gippsland’s history from the 1840s by visiting our heritage buildings and significant collections situated in a garden setting at Old Gippstown
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Imagery kindly donated by MCW Productions