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All reviews the owner amazing collection farm machinery stubby holder farming equipment aussie beef kids involved australian history well worth the visit function room huge collection historical items fantastic place to visit all ages whole family awesome place feel welcome
The owner of the Beer Shed owns thousands of beer cans from over the years. It has a collection of farm machinery, his fathers car collection, saddlery, beer kegs, old household memorabelia, old carriages. At the end of the self guided tour, he gives a...More
Huge collection of beer and related stuff, along with machinery and lots of interesting items, when we had finished browsing we were asked to be seated & waited for other patrons to join us where we were given a small talk on some unusual items...More
this place was fabulous to visit the host neil was lovely and inviting and so full of knowledge about everything he had there definitely a place to visit again spend a good two hours there ... great job guys
Neil was a wonderful host, he greeted us on arrival, gave a wonderful informative talk about a few of his items in his collection. The collection was quite large and had many varied items. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit and was surprised when we left that...More
This museum is full of interesting collections and historical items. It seems to have started around beer but has extended to include all sorts of old farm machinery, petrol browsers and carriages. Very interesting. You could spend hours here if the weather is not too...More
What a destination!
Right in your own town, almost in your backyard. So much to offer with history spreading further than his just beer! So many antiques and collectables as well as a great venue for a function! I spent 3 hours here and could...More
So much to see and also you get a personal commentary to tell you the story how most of it came about. Would also make a lovely wedding reception venue. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit there. $14 per person entry plus if you buy a stubby...More