Queensland Museum is the flagship campus of Queensland Museum Network and is located at South Bank, in the heart of Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct.
Featured galleries include:
The museum hosts an annual calendar of national and international travelling exhibitions and offers a range of events and public programs including the annual World Science Festival Brisbane.
Behind the scenes, Queensland Museum is home to a significant portion of the State Collection including Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Pacific Indigenous cultures, rare books, textiles, ceramics, insects, arachnids, mammals, birds, reptiles and parasites.
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Queensland Museum Network is the keeping place for the State Collection of more than 1.2 million items.
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Since 1862, we’ve been dedicated to collecting and researching Queensland's unique natural and cultural heritage.