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This museum is conveniently located in Roma Street, in the same building that houses the HQ of the Queensland Police Dept. It’s virtually across the road from the Roma Street train station and Brisbane Transit Centre.
It’s free to enter and there are zero formalities...More
This is a hidden gem in Brisbane, located on the ground floor of Police HQ and definitely worth a visit. Lots of police history here and interesting stories. Open Monday to Thursday with free admission.
Located at ground floor of Police Headquarters Brisbane, authentic location. Be aware of the limited opening times, there is no entry fee and in my opinion is superior to both the Sydney & Melbourne police museums. Excellent exhibits, well documented and really liked the simulated...More
The museum is conveniently located on the ground floor at 200 Roma Street, in the same building that houses the HQ of the Queensland Police Dept. It’s virtually across the road from the Roma Street train station and Brisbane Transit Centre.
It’s free to enter...More
A reminder of the lack of diversity in the police force even so today in Brisbane. A few token Aboriginal police have been documented and photographed so they can say they are not racist and pat themselves on the back.
Also a reminder of some...More
A great little free museum in the centre of Brisbane. The museum has loads of history and some really interesting story's and investigations. If travelling with children be sure to get them to sit on the old police motorbike and get a picture.
My husband and I are local and didn't know about the free Qld Police Museum until last week, so we thought we would take a Sunday stroll in to the CBD to check it out as it opens on the last Sunday of each month...More
This is a fantastic little museum which is free ! Great way to educate people on the work of policemen &a women.
Loved the crime scene exhibition I think I spent an hour reading and looking for clues to ms.crankys case !
Lot's of signs pointing to the general direction but nothing to indicate that it is on the second floor of a large office tower. Thank goodness for local in the area. A really interesting little museum talking about the police history of Melbourne and some...More
The Queensland Police Museum is a smaller museum but worth a stop. Nice artifacts and exhibits with good information about policing in Queensland. Really there’s not much else to say, cops and their history in a museum setting, tada! Definitely check it out if you...More