Bribie Island Seaside Museum
History doesn't exist only in the past - rather it is the genetic code upon which our present and future culture and lifestyles are built. The stories of Bribie and the people, who shaped and lived and loved it, form a wondrous narrative of a truly rich and rare Australian place.
The Bribie Island Seaside Museum opened on 14 May 2010, a contemporary museum of history. Nestled in a parkland setting, it enjoys scenic views over the glimmering waters of the Pumicestone Passage in Moreton Bay.
Become acquainted with Matthew Flinders and Bongaree and their encounter at Skirmish Point. Reflect on the brilliant reclusive artist Ian Fairweather. Discover the birth place of modern seaside tourism.
Come and learn
Learn about the American troop occupation during the second world war and get up close to the local bounty of the sea in the incredible fish collection of the Amateur Fishing Association of Queensland.