North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum
The North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum is a social history museum, sharing stories about the Island's people with locals, and to the many visitors who come to enjoy the Island's magnificent natural attractions.As well as documenting the Island’s history from first European contact, the Museum highlights its uninterrupted occupation by the first people of the area, the Quandamooka people. The Museum has a range of permanent displays, complemented by temporary exhibitions. Its members are active in developing heritage projects of interest to the community, visitors and schools. It collects objects, photographs and video and oral histories, which have been used in its publications, and has developed the Online Heritage Trail, which won the inaugural John Oxley Library Community Heritage Award for 2010.The Museum is also the location for many local cultural events, including book launches, play readings by the Bay Players theatre group and regular performances by the Stradbroke Island Singers a cappella group.
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