We were in the vicinity of this venue only on days when it was not open to visitors; however a phone call to the number shown in the brochure resulted in us being granted a special opportunity to be there whilst some of the volunteers were on site. The hospitality of the volunteers who opened the complex up for us was warm and welcoming, and we were greeted as valuable visitors rather than a nuisance. We had a two hour window of opportunity and we made good use of the whole of that time, with personal guidance through some parts of the village - it was especially appreciated when it came to visiting the main home on site when we were given a 'tour' of the archival of clothing and its storage, as well as the school room which was of real interest to those in the party of five who were associated with education through their time teaching in schools. This is a 'not to miss' opportunity for those in the Scenic Rim area of Queensland.
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