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****All Redland Museum events and workshops have a covid safe plan in place.
Please see individual event bookings for further details****

Australian Heritage Festival 2021
Thursday 13th May

CLICK HERE for more information and to book your ticket!

Theatre Redlands' production Love Thy Language - MATE!, written to celebrate the National Trusts' Australian Heritage Festival for 2021, will have one showing at Redland Museum on Thursday 13th May.  Based on the theme Our Heritage for the Future the show takes a whimsical look at the way we communicate.  Where does language come from - and where is it headed in this multi-cultural, cyber-oriented world?

$22 per person for Members of Redland Museum
$25 per person for Non-Members

Ticket includes admission into the Museum and Devonshire Tea

Doors open from 10:00 am
Devonshire Tea served from 10:30 am
Performance commences at 11:00 am


2021 Queensland Day Play
5th - 13th June

There are many stories about the origin of Banjo Paterson’s poem Waltzing Matilda. Here’s another whimsical theory, probably untrue. Or is it? You might find out after interval when you join some old hands reminiscing in the pub about the droving days and Banjo’s great ballads. You might even get to join in.

BOOKINGS NOW OPEN
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NEW EXHIBITION
Extended until 9th May!

'The Way We See' proudly presented by Redlands Camera Club is a sparkling new photographic exhibition showcasing our fascinating world through the eyes of our photographic artists in the form of a series of themed displays.

Indulge in imagery captured in the Sub Antarctic Australian and New Zealand islands, the exotic remote tribes people of Ethiopia, our wondrous underwater world, captivating creative art, and street stories. Genres portray birds, action, nature macro and monochromatic subjects.

The exhibition showcases the tools, techniques and creative processes involved in making photographs. A display takes you on a journey from the early days of film through to today’s powerful digital devices. Cyanotypes showcase a creative alternative to traditional photographic printing. View a fine art photobook collection, and see a display of Madagascan wildlife images transferred onto porcelain. The mobile phone group will display a collection of black and white photographs.


Group Bookings

With the COVID-19 Safety Plan in place the Museum can provide lunches, morning and afternoon tea. However, it is essential that you book in advance to ensure that we have catering volunteers and guides available to make your visit a the best experience possible.

Contact us to make a booking!


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COVID-19 Safety Plan



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COVID safe the next time you visit.

All you need to do is:
✔ download the app 👉👉 www.covid19.qld.gov.au/check-in-qld
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ADMISSION & HOURS



Monday to Sunday


10.00am to 3.30pm

CLOSED for ANZAC DAY

Rotary Heritage
Library Hours:

Monday to Friday
10:30am to 1:00pm


Adult:

$7.00

Adult Concession:

$5.00

Student Concession:

$5.00 (must present Student ID)

Child:

$2.00 (3 - 17 Years old)

Family Pass:

$15.00 (2 Adults and 2 Children)


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