Rockhampton Art Gallery

Rockhampton Art Gallery is the major gallery in the region. We run touring exhibitions, film nights, workshops for adults and children and art appreciation workshops.

Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts

Umbrella studio is a Townsville based visual arts organisation which supports contemporary art practice in North Queensland. Through a regular program of exhibitions, workshops, artist talks, films, multimedia and performance art events.

Dr Arratta Memorial Museum

The Museum was the old Muttaburra Hospital. Half of the Museum is a medical museum (as it was); the other half focuses on the local area, displaying the history of Muttaburra and places of interest.Approximately 1200 items and approximately 200 photographs

University of Queensland Zoology Museum

The Zoology Museum is housed in the Department of Zoology and holds collections of vertebrate and invertebrate animals which are used in teaching, research and public education programs.

Boiler House Steam and Engine Museum

As part of the North Pine Country Park Historic Precinct, operated by the Pine Rivers Shire Council, our all volunteer society operates the boiler house to keep alive the machines which helped to bring industry and prosperity to our state.

Beta Railway Station Historic Museum

An early-this-century Central Queensland railway station containing railway station working equipment relevant to the steam train era and historic photos of local railway establishment around 1890-1900 era.Approximately 100-150 items and historic photographs

Griffith Artworks

Griffith Artworks is the management authority for 2500 objects that make up the Griffith University Art Collection, the On-campus Exhibition Program across 100 sites on five campuses between the Gold Coast and Brisbane, and acts as a Resource/Archive Centre for students undertaking curatorial, a

Pine Islet Lighthouse

Currently, the collection comprises of historic lighthouse (complete) which was relocated from Pine Islet in the Percy Isles. The restoration of the lighthouse to full operational status on its present site was completed in late 1995, and formally opened on 20 January 1996.

Sir William Knox Archives and Resource Centre

The building was a Bicentennial gift to Nundah. Volunteers from the Nundah and Districts Historical Society maintain records (photographs, maps, documents etc.) of the area from Virginia to Breakfast Creek and from Nundah east to Moreton Bay.

Birdsville Working Museum

The Museum is housed in six buildings whose sections deal with roadside relics, old tools, the old shop, dairy, washing and ironing, household goods, clocks, telephones, lights, wireless, old hospital, pottery, jewellery and toys.

Buderim Historical Society Inc

Pioneer Cottage is a house museum, built in c.1880 of local cedar and beech by the pioneer John Kerle Burnett. Structurally unaltered, the rooms and furnishings are arranged as used by the Burnetts. On display are many household items that were in everyday use.

Clifton and District Historical Museum

This is a rural museum which tries to preserve a way of life from early settlement. A collection of early farm machinery, tractors, wool presses, blacksmithing tools, picture show projectors and dairy equipment is on display.

Allora Historical Museum

This extensive collection of local and Darling Downs history features a large display of memorabilia. The Allora and District Historical Society also has a second museum, the Old Shire Hall. This is located on the corner of Forde and Warwick streets.

Logan Art Gallery

The gallery is the home of the Logan art collection. It features the Logan art award (national art award) held annually.

Zara Clarke Museum

The Zara Clarke Museum is housed in a late nineteenth century commercial building of size and scale unusual in Queensland country towns. The museum contains items pertaining to the history of Charters Towers.

Queensland Sciencentre

Queensland's premier science education venue provides hours of fun discovering the simple science behind everyday phenomena. Five exhibition areas and over 170 exhibits will challenge your senses, tease your brain, stretch your imagination and show you just how thrilling science can be.