Spit Roast, Camp Oven Cooking and a Bush Band
Visitors to the Museum's Campfire Night can experience true campfire cooking done on the campfire, spit roast mutton and a bush tucker dessert along with music from a bush band that plays through-out the evening. A caller will encourage guests to learn some bush dancing moves.
The Jindera Pioneer Museum offers a unique opportunity to experience an authentic night of old time cooking and dancing.
The museum is set on 2 acres and showcases the lifestyles of the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. The community is located in the southern Riverina, close to Albury, with good farming and grazing country. This country event will highlight good old fashioned bush cooking and the musical locals will tune up their instruments and provide the music for a night of dancing including Strip the Willow and the Heel Toe Polka; dances that entice all ages and bring laughter to our lives. Our band can encompass up to 6 people with a caller to encourage dancing and provide direction.
For those who don’t wish to take to the floor, they can wander through the exhibitions, finding answers to questions about the interesting and curious objects and machinery on display.
This is a fun night for all the family to enjoy. Ticket price includes a three course dinner. Bar open, No BYO