Visit Our Village
See some of the early buildings from the area. Spend some time looking at the interesting displays including the Calliope River Railway Display. Take a trip down memory lane in the Raglan Dance Hall and much more. Open 10.00am – 4.00 7 days Admission $5.00 Regular country Markets are held at the Calliope River Historical Village. The Markets run from 8.00am to 1.00pm (See above menu for dates). The Clyde Hotel is licensed on Market Days.
Regular country markets are held at the Calliope River Historical Village. The attractive setting on the banks of the Calliope River, Bruce Highway, with its shady trees and birdlife, 26 kms west of Gladstone and 100 kms south of Rockhampton, is a unique for the markets.
The Markets run from 8.00am to 1.00 pm and the Clyde Hotel is licensed on Market days. The variety of food and drink stalls cater for the needs of hungry and thirsty visitors. There is reserved parking for coaches and handicapped people. Dogs are not allowed in the village grounds
Have a break and relax at the village kiosk. Enjoy a tea , coffee or soft drink and treat yourself to a tasty snack or ice cream.
Contact : Port Curtis Historical Society Inc.
Ph. 07 49757883
PO Box 1038 Gladstone 4680
The Aim Of Our Club
The aim of the Port Curtis Historical Society Inc. through the Calliope River Historical Village is to capture and preserve for future generations some of the early history of the Port Curtis region. The development and upkeep of the Calliope River Historical Village is the primary need of the Port Curtis Historical Society Inc.
Self Guided Tours
Self guided tours are possible 7 days a week, excluding Good Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, with all buildings open for inspection. Admission to the village is $5 for adults and $2 for school children.School and group bookings arrangements can be made by contacting the society.
Our group runs the Calliope River Historical Village entirely on a volunteer basis. All building have been relocated and restored and now house wonderful displays of days gone by. Markets are held throughout the year to help to raise money for the Village. Community groups such as the Many Peaks Lodge, Vintage Car Club, Railway Museum, Model Trains, MELSA, have their clubs based at the Village.