PAST EVENT

Noosa Museum Heritage Day

Visit the Noosa Museum in Pomona, the historical centre of the Noosa Biosphere.

The Noosa Museum will host a range of activities and guests from various heritage organisations will be speaking on the day, including Jonathan Fisher, CEO of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland).
Watch silent movies accompanied by Ron West, listen to the Noosa and District Pipes and Drums play. Wander through the heritage displays or take a rest and watch the highland dancing demonstration. Fire engines and vintage cars will be on display and there will be a children’s corner for the little ones to play. Of course we will have a sausage sizzle. So come along for a great family day out.

Event date

Event Details

Address:
29 Factory Street, Pomona, Queensland
Times:

Saturday 6 May: 9.30am to 2.30pm

Entry fees:
Free
Attendance limit:
no
Website:
noosamuseum.org.au
Onsite facilities:

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