Visit our museums
Can’t visit one of our museums? Browse a selection of our past exhibitions and specially-curated online exhibitions to discover more Queensland stories from across Queensland Museum Network.
Awakening explores aspects of this rich and diverse culture through objects of extraordinary beauty and significance from Queensland Museum’s extensive Torres Strait Island collection.
SS Yongala: A Tale of Two Cyclones demonstrates the impact of 2011 cyclone Yasi across the North Queensland coast and shipwreck site of SS Yongala lost in a cyclone in 1911.
The Dodd Collection showcases our spectacular and historic F.P. & A.P. Dodd Collection of Tropical Insects from Australia and New Guinea collected from 1917 through to the 1960s.
Experience the Anzac Legacy Gallery with our virtual tour to uncover stories and objects that shaped Queensland during the First World War and beyond.
Explore the rich relationships of ancient First Nations communities – their trade, customs and connections – with our Connections across the Coral Sea virtual tour.
Discover Queensland’s own dinosaurs, giant marine reptiles, and supersized megafauna from anywhere in the world with our Dinosaurs Unearthed virtual tour.
Look closer at over 1,300 specimens, objects and artefacts in the Discovery Centre from anywhere in the world with our virtual tour.
Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the F.P. and A.P. Dodd Collection of Tropical Insects from Australia and New Guinea with our virtual tour.
Explore Wild State featuring Queensland's immense biological value and diversity from anywhere in the world with our virtual tour.
The Ipswich Railway Workshops were an essential part of Queensland Railways, discover some of their people, trade and products with our virtual tour.
View our Rail in Queensland virtual tour and discover how rail has influenced the life of Queenslanders.
Learn from our experts and discover Queensland's natural and cultural history through articles, images, blogs and podcasts.
Explore the rich and diverse stories of Queensland’s people, our contemporary life and identity, and places across our state.
Learn more through our Queensland Museum Network blogs.