41 Gladstone Street, Glenrowan 3675
The main attraction and highlight at Kellyland Glenrowan is the re-enactment of Ned Kelly's last stand. Using the brilliance of animatronics and special effects you are magically transported back to June 28 1880 where you travel with the Police towards Beechworth. You'll then be held captive in the Glenrowan Inn by the Kelly Gang, before baring witness to Australia's most famous gunfight. You'll experience the heat and smoke in the burning Inn, and end up in the Old Melbourne Gaol to where you'll share Ned's final moments.
Tickets also include admission into Kellyland’s museum. On display are many original artefacts including the bar from the McDonalls Railway Tavern (The Kelly Gang’s local), original photographs, wanted posters, Victoria Police artefacts, antique firearms, Ned’s death mask and much more. A large collection of John Dollery’s spectacular paintings are also housed here.
Kellyland Glenrowan stocks a large range of gifts and souvenirs. Handmade Kelly armours and helmets of all sizes, Jacaru leather hats, mugs and snowglobes. The list goes on.
A wonderfully unique, entertaining, and engaging tourist attraction. Suitable for all ages.
41 Gladstone Street ,
The Star of Kellyland Glenrowan, Iron Clad Ned Kelly
Gunfight at Kellyland Glenrowan’s Animatronic Theatre
Police surround the Glenrowan Inn
The Animatronic Band
Kellyland Glenrowan’s Museum
Big Ned & Sergeant Steele
Kellyland Snow Globes
Plenty of photo opportunities
Captives in the Glenrowan Inn