'Walk a mile in my shoes' is the new themed interactive exhibit of the King's Castle collection.
Giving visitors a glimpse of a day in the life of Elvis, it is in fact, a world first, never having been done before - even at Gracelands in the USA.
The King's Castle is the largest collection of genuine Elvis artefacts outside of Graceland, and is located at the Henry Parkes Centre.
It is owned by Greg Page who is well known as one of the founding members of 'The Wiggles'.
“I wanted to share my personal collection of Elvis artefacts and memorabilia with the wider public," Greg said.
“With Parkes being the home of the world famous Parkes Elvis Festival, I felt this was the ideal place to showcase the collection,” he added.
The King's Castle collection has been on display at the Henry Parkes Centre since 2009 forming part of four impressive displays on-site and offering festival goers a genuine Elvis experience.
Each year, Greg rotates the display to ensure returning visitors are provided with something new to see.
“This year visitors will be in for a real treat, with a total re-vamp of the King's Castle galleries, offering a unique, interactive experience of what it was like to live a day in the life of Elvis Presley,” Parkes Shire Council's Tourism and Marketing Manager Katrina Dwyer said.
“Be sure to put a visit to the King's Castle on your festival itinerary and come and enjoy the amazing items on display including Elvis' last owned Cadillac in the Parkes Motor Museum.
“The experience is sure to stir the emotions of those true Elvis fans, who in previous visits, have been brought to tears at being so close to Elvis' personal belongings,” Katrina said.