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The building is called Maryborough School of Arts which is heritage listed. It is a gold coin donation to take a look inside. I stumbled across this gem of a place on my way to the usual Thursday morning local markets. It is located directly...More
The museum is well laid out such that all of the exhibits are accessible and easy to view. The staff - paid and volunteer, alike - are delightful and extremely well-informed. It is mind-boggling how much amazing and fascinating material is housed in this deceptively...More
Great collection in well maintained historical premises. The variety of exhibits was impressive on three levels. The exhibits showing the only two recipients (so far) for Australia’s Medal for Valour by Civilians was most interesting. Well worth spending at least an hour there. Buy the...More
A very interesting and good collection of military artefacts for the City of Maryborough. All memorabilia are neatly displayed and presented with dignity. Allow a sufficient period of time to do the displays justice.
We went to this museum out of curiosity and came away very impressed indeed. The staff were very helpful with suggestion on how to research my husbands ancestors who had settled in this district. Displays including those of early colonial life, stories of European immigrants...More
I was pleasantly surprised by the warm welcome and the knowledge of the staff/volunteers in the museum. I learnt a lot about Australia’s involvement in world war 1 and world war 2, the museum displays real medals including victoria cross and an array of most...More
Certainly a very interesting Military Museum with lots of history inside. North Queenslanders were heavily involved in both the First and Second World Wars and subsequent conflicts and this museum tells these stories
The most incredible displays of medals and militaria - and excellent accompanying text and photographs. The Gallipoli display room is a revelation as it provides so much information. There are also many displays relating to local service personnel - with each vignette a fitting memorial...More