Bribie Island Seaside Museum

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Discover your next day out at the scenic Bribie Island Seaside Museum. Located close to the waterfront and overlooking the iconic Pumicestone Passage, this museum celebrates the rich and fascinating history of Bribie Island.

Bribie Island Seaside Museum features:

  • stories from First Nations elders video archive
  • a theatre showing films about the famous S.S Koopa (1180-1953) 
  • a large collection of preserved fish from Moreton Bay waters, dating back to 1905 
  • stories of Bribie Island’s important role during World War II
  • the story of internationally renowned artist Ian Fairweather.

Visitors can explore the intriguing and unique history of Bribie Island through various immersive, interactive displays and a variety of exciting events and workshops.

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Parking

A small carpark is opposite the museum and there is plenty of street parking nearby.

Access

Bribie island Seaside Museum offers easy access for people with mobility constraints and accessible parking just meters from the main entrance.

Location

1 South Esplanade, Bongaree 4507  View map

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