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


23rd, 24th, 30th & 31st OCTOBER

Join us on a Redland Museum night walk to discover the things you didn’t know lived here…if you’re game.

Halloween Museum tours are limited to small group bookings, with limited availability and age restrictions – this is not Trick or Treat.

A premiere production by Theatre Redlands
created exclusively for the Redland Museum.

Bookings Essential!
Click links below to book your tour today!
Limited spots available!

A Calligraphic Odyssey
Thursday 26th November

A Presentation by Macleay Islander Calligrapher Ruth Venner, F.R.S.A.S,A., Artist, Poet, Glass Engraver and Silversmith.

Ruth is an autodidact.  Her calligraphic experience began with Teaching ‘Illuminating Manuscripts’ at the W.E.A. Adelaide, using ‘The Story of Writing’ given to her by  Parker Pens, featuring Donald Jackson, Scribe to Her Majesty’s Crown Office of Great Britain and  Northern Ireland.  2 years later Donald became her first teacher!  And has remained interested in her work.  Dr Lawrence Chan, Scholar, Urologist and Painter became her mentor for 25 Years and through him she visited China 3 times, and Canada for ‘Friendship through the Brush’.  Most of her work ‘comes to her’ in the night. Friends and serendipity are vital! Book Today!

New Exhibition
The Lazaret on Peel Island
October -November

The Friends of Peel Island Association have generously donated books, artefacts, and other items relating to the Lazaret on Peel Island. Over 52 years, about 500 sufferers of leprosy, or Hansen's Disease, passed through the Lazaret. Some died, some went into remission and left, and some returned to the island for a second or a third time.

Redland Museum held an exhibition on 31 May 2007, exactly 100 years after the Lazaret was proclaimed. The book - Going to the Gums The Lazaret on Peel Island - is based on this exhibition. Patients referred to death as "going to the gums..."

Our talented Exhibition Officer, Rick Thomason OAM, will create a heartfelt exhibition from the donated items to be held in October and November 2020. You won't want to miss it!

Group Bookings

With the COVID-19 Safety Plan in place the Museum is now able to accommodate up to 100 visitors at the one time and 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!

View Redland Museum's
COVID-19 Safety Plan








Family Pass:

$15.00 (2 Adults and 2 Children)

Monday to Sunday

10.00am to 3.30pm

Rotary Heritage
Library Hours:

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

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