Welcome to Nambour Museum

Step back in time at the Nambour & District Historical Museum and experience life through the generations since the first settlers arrived in the area. The museum showcases the rich heritage of the local district, major industries such as sugar cane, telecommunications and health as well as many other facets of country life.

 

Location

18 Mitchell Street, Nambour, Queensland

  • Take a nostalgic journey
  • Enjoy it with a friend
  • Have a good laugh
  • Learn about the past
  • Browse the resource library

Opening Hours

Wednesday to Saturday (inclusive)
1pm to 4pm

Group Visits by arrangement

Admission: Adults $4, School Children $1


We're widely recognised for...

You must visit because …

  1. Our volunteers work really hard to preserve our heritage
  2. Our displays showcase the past for present and future generations
  3. Our home is much bigger than you might think

We are proud of our extensive collections relating to the Sugar and Telecommunications industries …


An impressive assembly of railway locomotives and associated machinery from the Moreton Central Sugar Mill (1897-2003) is showcased.


From morse code to the local manual telephone operator and the first mobile phone, the various forms of communication used in Nambour for more than 100 years are on display here.











LATEST BOOK RELEASE


"LOCOMOTIVES OF THE MORETON CENTRAL SUGAR MILL"
by Clive Plater

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