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Welcome to the Proserpine Historical Museum, three-time winner of the Whitsunday Heritage and Cultural Tourism Award and a Queensland Tourism Judges Commendation. The museum has also been inducted into the Whitsunday Tourism Hall of Fame.

  

The Society aims to collect and preserve the history of the Whitsunday region and its associated communities. The museum houses an extensive collection of printed materials, photographs and artefacts relating to the history of the area, from its first inhabitants the Juru, Gia, Bira and Ngaro people, to the early European pioneers and the post war settlers. A small theatre screens a selection of DVDs on local topics and famous identities.

  

The Museum is managed and maintained entirely by volunteers. 

The Foyer

  What's in the foyer?

- The newly-tuned Grand Theatre piano

   is a long-awaited addition to the

   foyer. It has already produced a

   couple of Happy Birthdays and

   Christmas songs. 

   Looking for gifts?

-  Locally crafted items for sale:

    jewellery, soft toys, crocheted and

    knitted items, bags, quilts, table     

    runners, cards 

-  Beautiful Ashdene cups and trays for

    gifts

-  Souvenirs

-  Pre-loved Cookbooks

Magazine...

December 2019 Issue 117

- Memorial Swimmimg Pool is Fifty

- Fun in the Foyer: Art, Teapot and

  Woodcarving Displays; High Tea

- Faust Family - 119 years in Proserpine

- Queens Galore in Proserpine

- Century of 9s: 1909 - 2019

- Les Porter

- Vic Norman : WW2 Veteran

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Opening Hours

 

Christmas Holidays Closure

21 Dec 2019 - 7 Jan 2020

RE-OPEN

Wednesday 8 January 2020

 

Mon-Fri. 9:00am - 4:00pm

 

Open by appointment for groups of 10 or more at other times

Admission

   

Adults $6.00

Children P-12 $3.00

(Eftpos is available)

 

Contact Us

 

198 Main Street,

Proserpine QLD 4800

E:   phms2@bigpond.com

Tel: (07) 4945 3969
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