Old Gippstown
211 Lloyd Street, Moe

Old Gippstown is a historic town with a collection of authentic buildings dating back from the 1840s through to the 1930s.

Old Gippstown is a complete historical township filled with authentic buildings and decor. Old Gippstown is renowned for its coach house which contains one of Victoria’s best collections of horse drawn vehicles.

The beautiful garden settings are perfect for picnics and barbeques. You can also see a large variety of agricultural and industrial machinery ranging from horse drawn, steam-driven or manually operated, and the blacksmiths forge, in which many were manufactured.

The general store and dressmaking shop contain displays of original implements used around the home in the 1850s.

The Site covers 8 acres and features several National rust classified buildings and one of the best collections Tof horse drawn vehicles and farm equipment in Australia. It also includes Dr Andres’s (the father of Yallourn) collection and the Narracan Mechanics’ Institute library.

Accessibility information

The park is all on one level with ramps accessing some buildings where required. Toilet facilities available.

Opening hours

Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 4pm

Visit Old Gippstown for FREE