1. Stephen Lane

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    If you plan on going, give it the whole day. The place is massive, and to get involved in some of the activities, you need a complete day, or return the following day. Especially if you are interested in our history. Coming from the West, was unaware of the real saga of the rebellion.Do yourself a favour and try the apple pie/sausage roll combo from the Bakery! Awesome!!!!Wear some good walking shoes, you will them. Pricing of products made on site are very reasonable, if not cheap!Stay to the end and get the musicians singing some old colonial songs!

  2. Darko Bogdanovic

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    This was by far the most memorable ‘theme park’ experience. There is something to do and see for all ages. Plenty of free entertainment, however, if there is one paid experience that I’d recommend, it is the olden days portrait.

  3. 이원희

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    It was really cool to see the olden days amd my daughter Amy recieved a messege from writing(?)teacher. She also found some golden powder.

  4. Travis Markwick

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    This was by far the most expensive thing we did on our trip to Victoria, but it will also be by far the most memorable thing we did.The whole family had a great time walking the streets, interacting with the costumed characters, riding the coach, taking the mine tour, panning for gold, taking school lessons – and don;t forgot how lucky we were with going during the Christmas in July performance.Snow down the streets, beautifully lit up displays, a wonderful Christmas Dinner and the fantastic Blood Under the Southern Cross show.The highlight of the entire trip – and I believe that the tickets now last for 2 days so you can check things you might have forgotten (or didn’t get around to the first day).

  5. Adam Wright

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    My young family & I spent Sunday the 13/07/2014 at this wonderful Victorian establishment. My daughter (5 yrs) was always asking about the “Olden Days” so “I said OK, Off to Sovereign Hills” it was awesome when I was a kid so could it be still as good. YES, awesome the Mines are so interactive almost something from a theme park. The buildings and streets-capes so well maintained, as for the staff AAA+++ (MOST ARE VOLUNTEERS). The Christmas in July Theme was just perfect for all especially the light show at dusk with snow, carolers, fire pits dotted around the town, decorations, lanterns and festive stalls!! I hope it grows to be bigger and better each year! We will be back!