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We didn't have time to stop when travelling east but on the way back we did and found it worth the stop. It is a really interesting collection of these iconic Australian emblems and the variety is fascinating.
Stopped in Penong for Petrol and had to see the biggest Windmill in Australia, Bruce ! A great community incentive that celebrates the diverse & many differing types of Windmills
It is an open air museum and makes you appreciate all the various survivors you...More
I never knew there were so many different types of windmills from Southern Cross to Comet and everything in between. From what started out as a simple one off project to restore an old woodern windmill to what has become a real tourist attraction. Even...More
This is worth a stop, which is likely due to its location!
it is free of charge and quite the spectacle, with no charge to enter and have a look around
there is a great swing there for kids to play on and "pump" water
Boasting the largest windmill in Australia which we were surprised to find was donated by my husband’s cousin, the outdoor museum features at least fifteen windmills of different descriptions.
Penong is the township known for its windmills, so a quick visit is a must.