Queensland

Queensland

Marks-Hirshfeld Museum of Medical History

A collection of medical instruments, equipment, photographs and books of importance in the medical history of Queensland. The Museum presents theme displays and hosts lectures several times per year.

Isis District Historical Complex

The complex consists of four buildings. A school building houses a school room display along with Aboriginal artefacts. Agricultural equipment is stored beneath. A cane cutters cottage has four rooms and is furnished with furniture etc from the 1900 era.

University of Southern Queensland Art Collection

The University of Southern Queensland Art Collection includes nearly 500 works of contemporary Australian Art. They are distributed in buildings throughout the campus. Works from the collection are shown in the University's gallery once a year.500 items of contemporary Australian art.

University of Southern Queensland Art Gallery

The Gallery hosts an exhibition program of over twenty exhibitions per year, which may be touring exhibitions or are locally curated.

North Queensland Potters Assoc. Inc.

The North Queensland Potters Association is a voluntary organisation whose aim is to promote pottery in North Queensland and the surrounding region. It runs seminars and workshops throughout the year and the Townsville Ceramic Competition every other year.

Torres Strait Museum and Historical Society Association

In 1994 the Torres Strait Museum displays were transferred from the old Masonic Lodge on John Street to the underground section of historic Green Hill Fort. The Fort was originally intended as a first line of defence for Australia against sea invasions in the 1855 war and World War II.

Myall Park Gallery Dedicated to Dorothy Gordon

A permanent collection of 48 botanically accurate watercolour paintings of Australian flora by artist Dorothy Gordon, wife of Myall Park Botanic Garden's founder David Morrice Gordon A.M.

University of Queensland Anthropology Museum

The collection celebrates the culture, arts and crafts of the indigenous people of Oceania. It concentrates on Australia, the Torres Straits, New Guinea and island Melanesia, and to a lesser extent Polynesia and Micronesia.

Botanical Gardens Railway

Bundaberg Steam Tramway Preservation Society Incorporated (BSTPS) trading as Botanical Gardens Railway (BGR) isolated in the Botanical Gardens North Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia. The society is a non-profit organisation operated and maintained by volunteers.

Townsville Museum

The museum displays a collection of photographs and artefacts of the social history of Townsville and district since the area's beginning in 1864.Estimated 3,000 plus photographs, with 3,000 artefacts

Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitors Centre

The museum is a collection of historical and contemporary photographs and written material showing the work of the Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS). There are also various exhibits such as radios (including pedal radio), medical equipment and aviation instruments.

Bundaberg Railway Historical Society Inc Museum

Historical railway artefacts, housed in Bundaberg's original station building, surrounding by other historical railway building and rolling stock.

Bribie Island Community Arts Centre

Set in 63 hectares of natural bushland, the Bribie Islands Community Arts Centre has a collection of permanent artwork.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre Museum

The Queensland Performing Arts Centre Museum is the home for Queensland's performing arts heritage collection.

Noosa Shire Museum

The museum features extensive local history collections, a large photographic collection depicting the history of Noosa Shire and a display of Aboriginal artefacts. The museum occupies the original shire council chambers built in 1910, and is situated in an historic timber town.

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