The Good Old Days Festival is one of the nation’s most unique events authentically recreating and celebrating our nation’s pioneer heritage.
The Festival is also the largest gathering of harnessed draught animals – horses, bullocks, camels, donkeys, mules and goats – in Australia.
Held on the long weekend in October each year, the not-for-profit event is run by volunteers and contributes funds back into the regional community.
Early farming practices showcased include horse and bullock drawn ploughs, binders, wool wagons and a mallee roller.
The Good Old Days Festival also celebrates the iconic water cart with a Furphy Festival featuring rebarrelling demonstrations, Furphy collectables and Furphy trains.
Good Old Days Festival
Mobile: Fiona Kibble 0447 736 856
ABN: 98 238 287 221