Monday to Sunday: 10.00am to 3.30pm
Last Entry 3:00pm

Rotary Heritage Library: Tuesday - Friday
10:30am to 1:00pm
Adults: $7.00
Concession: $5.00
Children: $2.00
Family Pass: $15.00 (2 Adults and 2 Children)


July School Holiday Activities

Redland Museum once again has some fun activities to entertain the young ones (and young at heart) during the July school holidays. Children will get in touch with their tactile senses using touch, smell and textures to immerse their artist flair in the wonderful crafts we have on offer. You will be amazed at what you can create from nature's warehouse!  An old favourite Damper on a stick, a great outdoor cooking lesson is also back by demand, so much fun to make and eat these camping treats.  There is a different activity on offer each day (Tuesdays to Thursdays) each week of the holidays!                                                                                                                   
Don't miss these great holiday activities for parents, grandparents, and kids of all ages, come and visit the museum these school holidays and enjoy not only the exhibition but all the wonders of the museum and the Australian Toy Hall of Fame.

Children: $4 (Includes Entry and Activity)
Adults/Concession: $7 / $5
Members Free Entry

*Adults are welcome to participate in the activity for an extra $2pp

*Please note both Cloud Dough sessions are now booked out!

Click here to book online or call the Museum on 07 3286 3494


The Jazzy Chats Big Band

Join us for a relaxing afternoon of smooth Jazz sounds. Redlands based band - The Jazzy Chats Big Band and vocalists will perform at the Museum.

Originally formed in 1995, through the Academy of Music, The Jazzy Chats has grown. Their repertoire includes over 250 covers of Swing, Ballard’s, Latin, Blues, Light Rock & Funk.
With winter setting in, it's the perfect time for a relaxed, intimate afternoon of toe-tapping jazz and rhythm & blues entertainment while enjoying a glass of complimentary wine & savoury nibbles.

The Museum is open from 10 am, so why not take the opportunity to browse the museum before the Jazz begins! 

There will be a cash bar, raffles and tea/coffee to purchase on the day.


Click Here to get your ticket today!

Celebrating Seniors Week 17th -25th August 2019

Reliving the magic of Radio from the 1930s, ‘40s and 50s, Forgetting of Wisdom brings you four hilarious episodes of the Dad and Dave characters created by Steele Rudd in his book On Our Selection.

Ticket price: $20 per person

EVENING PERFORMANCE - Saturday 17th August at 6:30 pm - Includes a complimentary glass of wine or orange juice 
If you would like to purchase savoury sharing platters before the play you will need to pre-book. The range of food options are as follows:

Sharing Cheese Platter for 2: Brie Cheese, Blue Cheese, Vintage Cheddar, Dried Apricots, Grapes & Crackers - $18.00
Sharing Trio of Dips for 2: Hommus, Beetroot and Capsicum Dip served with bread - $15.00 

Platters will be served in the outdoor area “under the stars" from 6.30 pm.
Play commences at 7.30 pm

Click Here to purchase your tickets - EVENING PERFORMANCE!

MATINEE PERFORMANCE - Sunday 18th August at  2:00 pm - Includes a Devonshire Tea

Devonshire Tea will be served on the Verandah from 2:00 pm
Play commences at 2:45 pm

Theatre is air-conditioned for your comfort and
there will be a cash bar to purchase drinks.

Click Here to purchase your tickets - MATINEE PERFORMANCE!

New Exhibition
Now Open

This is an exhibition by Bayside Vehicle Restorers Club Inc (BVRC) of Veteran, Classic and Vintage vehicles, model cars and memorabilia from the collections of club members. On display are a 1963 E.J. Holden Station wagon that is completely original; a 1951 Morris minor convertible, a 1926 Vauxhall 14/40 Tourer and a 1914 Model T Ford.

Bayside Vehicle Restorers Club Inc. (BVRC) is based around the Brisbane bayside suburb of Cleveland. The club caters for owners of all makes of Veteran, Vintage, Historic & Classic vehicles, over 30 years old as well as enthusiasts of these classic vehicles.

John Wright with 2 friends Les Collins & Mick Harmon, formed the club in 1978. The first meeting was held at John's home in Thornlands. Since then the club has enjoyed continuous activity and currently has 190 members with over 450 cars.

The Bayside Club organises mid-week and weekend day runs for members each month. The club also arranges regular social outings, weekends away and at least one long-distance run each year.