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Queensland Museum and Science Centre

85 locals recommend ·
About this place
The home of Queensland's state collection, the Sciencentre & stories from Australia and around the world.
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Jacqueline
Jacqueline
November 14, 2019
Historic and Natural Science exhibits. Plenty of activities of children and adults, alike!
Nerida
Nerida
October 29, 2019
Just up the road from Southbank this museum is a fun place to take kids for a few hours. check current exhibitions!
Craig
Craig
June 21, 2019
well worth a visit! great for kids and adults and right across the road from sountbank
Sarah
Sarah
June 12, 2019
Always has some wonderful exhibition to see, and located in a great location in the Southbank.
Shubha
Shubha
March 13, 2019
Corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, South Bank. Free general admission. Entry charges apply to special exhibitions and events.

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Location
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
Phone+61 7 3840 7555
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Saturday 9:30 AM
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