And old model typewriters. Must have been an old movie. When was the date?
The Narnia films are new, but the setting is WWII - typewriters would have been appropriate, though I don't recall them featuring largely in the films.
Re Beenleigh Historical Village itself: I was interested to see that Australia has such things; somehow I hadn't heard of it before.http://beenleighhistoricalvillage.com.au/
It reminds me of Heritage Village in Woodville, Texas; my folks lived in Woodville for the last twenty years or so of their lives, and Dad participated in the Heritage Village activities for years, demonstrating wood-shingle splitting.https://www.heritage-village.org/
In the New England area, our living-history sites tend to be set a bit farther back than the 1800s; Strawbery Banke (1700s), Plimoth Plantation (1600s), Olde Mystick Village (1700s)...
I enjoy visiting places like that, but now I'm wondering if there are - or will be - any living-history museums for, say the 1950s, or the just-before-the-cell-phone-and-internet era in the '70s! "Want to plan a trip to your grandparents' house? This is how you unfold a road-map..."