The Museum of Tropical Queensland is the only branch of the Queensland Museum Network north of Brisbane. The Museum focuses on researching and interpreting the cultural and natural heritage of tropical Queensland.
The present museum opened in 2000 on the site of an earlier, smaller building. Its new and modern displays explore life in the tropics from pre-historic times to the modern era.
The star attraction is the HMS Pandora gallery. Sent to catch the famous Bounty and her mutinous crew, the Pandora sank off the coast of Cape York in 1791. Hundreds of amazing artefacts have been recovered from the wreck and are on display.
Museum of Tropical Queensland Sensory Friendly Sunday Mornings
Experience the wonder of Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators at our Sensory Friendly Sessions.
Museum of Tropical Queensland Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators
Discover some of the largest predators of the ocean at Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators.
Museum of Tropical Queensland - General Admission
Experience Queensland’s tropical paradise from pristine rainforests to the Great Barrier Reef.