Bribie Island Seaside Museum

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See... spectacular views over the glimmering waters of the Pumicestone Passage, Moreton Bay.

Learn... more about Fortress Bribie and the Americans during the Second World War.

Watch... historical and short films screenings about the island and its people in the micro-theatre.

Play... and create in Kids Zone, a constant feast of themed, self-paced activities to investigate and enjoy.

Shop... a range of seaside-themed treasures crafted by local artisans, as well as books on local history, local tales and the beautiful Bribie environment.

Bribie Island Seaside Museum is an engaging, must see cultural destination. This contemporary museum explores the unique history of the region through a program of temporary exhibitions and semi-permanent displays.

Become acquainted with Matthew Flinders and Bongaree and their encounter at Skirmish Point. Reflect on the brilliant reclusive artist Ian Fairweather. Get up close to the local bounty of the sea and examine the incredible preserved fish collection of the Amateur Fishing Association of Queensland. Discover the birth place of modern seaside tourism.

Where we are

Nestled in Melsa Park located in downtown Bongaree, the museum enjoys scenic views over the glimmering waters of the Pumicestone Passage in Moreton Bay.

See contact us for opening hours, map and parking information.

Cost

Free entry

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