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Redcliffe Museum

75 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe, Queensland 4020, Australia
+61 437 958 498
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Small but well thought out displays which are ever changing. Much of the history of this area is... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2017
Brisbane Region, Australia
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The Redcliffe museum is small, but quite interesting. They have memorabilia, photos and... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Teresa R
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75 Anzac Ave, Redcliffe, Queensland 4020, Australia
+61 437 958 498
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Reviewed 12 March 2017

Small but well thought out displays which are ever changing. Much of the history of this area is very interesting, a must see for tourists and locals.

Thank GrannysPadx3
Reviewed 6 March 2017

The Redcliffe museum is small, but quite interesting. They have memorabilia, photos and information about the past and present of Redcliffe peninsula. There is a jetty in Redcliffe that Brisbane residents would land from the ferry so they could spend a day on the shore....More

Thank Teresa R
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Only a small Museum , but so much to learn about Redcliffe !! From the days of the Hornibrook Bridge to the newer Ted Smout Memorial Bridge , you'll find so many facts . Back in the forties ,my father had to pay a toll...More

1  Thank susy1Brisbane
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Ever wondered how and when Redcliffe was developed? A friendly and wonderful museum to visit. Allow some time to read and watch the video. Great staff are always willing to share their knowledge.

Thank Karen L
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

I love this museum! It is a definite 'must-do' whenever we have visitors (which is quite often). The only criticisms that I have is that there is very little to no aboriginal history, just a quick mention in the film and the film on the...More

Thank Sue W
Reviewed 15 November 2016

This is well worth a visit. Especially if you go in and watch the video about Redcliffe. Some very interesting facts about the bridges and the railway. Sadly the video has to be updated as we now have a new bridge - Ted Smout Highway...More

Thank Emanzingoti
Reviewed 13 October 2016

I love popping into this my local museum once or twice a year with the kids.... It has recently had some changes which have really opened up the space, my kids enjoy the time their - I could recommend a little upgrade to the kids...More

Thank suesann v
Reviewed 26 September 2016

This place brings back many memories, and show the dedication of the volunteers, the old movie seats and movie on Redcliffe history is very interesting. This is a must see to learn Redcliffe's early history.

Thank Elaine O
Reviewed 13 September 2016

A great place to visit. It's FREE and exhibitions change every 3 months, so there is something new to see each time. Also a Kid's Corner where children can show off their skills.

Thank Roy B
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

This is always a great little museum to stroll into with the kids, with a dedicated play space ( a little bit unloved since last visit) and creative space they feel happy in the space.... I love the new open feel to the space, a...More

Thank Suesann V
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