Old Tailem Town, Australia's largest pioneer village, was established in 1982 and is visited by tourists from all over the world - it is filled with twelve streets of memories for you to stroll down, and more than 100 buildings full of times gone by.
The four engine houses have one of the biggest engine collections in the country, dating back to when engines were first invented. The dining room offers tea, coffee and biscuits free with every adult entry.
Old Tailem Town is available for guided tours and buses, school groups and barbecues for picknickers.
Many of the buildings were transportedin one piece from their original locations, while others were painstakingly taken apart plank by plank and rebuilt in Old Tailem Town. Most of the buildings are more than 100 years old and look the same as they did when they were first built.
Featuring the corner store, the emporium, dance hall, hospital, dentist, pharmacy, barber, butcher, baker, ironmonger, saddler, newsagent, clock shop, drapers, bootmakers, tea house, wireless shop, movie museum and much much more.
Entry to Old Tailem Town is free to residents of Tailem Bend.