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

Spring Showcase

One Night Only

Saturday 13 November 2021

Following the successful debut of her first self-produced cabaret show in July local soprano Leah Lever will be stepping onto the stage with a new show– A Night at the Museum, to be held at Redland Museum on Saturday 13 November at 6pm.

Her new show, A Night at the Museum, tailor made for the more intimate museum setting, is an example of her tenacious creative spirit.

Leah has produced the show with a repertoire of varied tempos, styles and eras and has invited former Ten Tenor, Scott Muller to join her as her special guest duet partner to ensure audience engagement while taking them through a journey of romance and entertainment.

A Night at the Museum is a totally different show and style to Leah's previous cabaret and is particularly suited to an evening soiree under the stars.



3 September to 30 October

Clare Loveband is captivated by the beauty of flowers and plants.  This exhibition combines her skill as an artist and her love of the Japanese art Ikebana - a natural progression.

Arrangements, by her fellow students of Ikebana under Master Vernisher Wooh, compliment Clare's representations of the art in her paintings.

A member of the Botanical Artist's Society of Queensland, Clare has presented previously at the Museum, her exhibition 'Mangroves of Moreton Bay'.

Opening Soon

Group Visit - School Tours - Room Hire

Group Visits
With a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place, the Museum is a wonderful place to bring a group of friends. We have amazing volunteers who are keen to share their knowledge and show you around the Museum. We can provide lunch, morning or afternoon tea. The Museum is well known for its delicious Devonshire Teas made fresh to order. Bookings are essential to ensure that we have catering volunteers and guides available to make your visit the best experience possible. Contact us to make a booking! Click Here to view our Catering Menu.

School Tours
The Museum is the perfect place for student to discover local history. We cater for student tours for all ages and we are very popular with Year 1 & 2 Students who love to see our displays showcasing life in the olden days! Our "olden day" school room is a popular attraction! Students are welcome to have morning or afternoon tea on the grounds before or after their tour, lead by our very entertaining and knowledgable voluteers. Contact us to make a booking!

Room Hire
Looking for a space for a meeting or social gathering? The Museum has a number of spaces available for hire. Contact us today to discuss your requirements. Contact us to make a booking! Click Here to view our Casual and Regular Room Hire fees.

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COVID safe the next time you visit.

All you need to do is:
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Monday to Sunday

10.00am to 3.30pm

Rotary Heritage
Library Hours:

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



Adult Concession:


Student Concession:

$5.00 (must present Student ID)


$2.00 (3 - 17 Years old)

Family Pass:

$15.00 (2 Adults and 2 Children)

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