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Samford District Historical Museum Society Incorporated
Samford, Brisbane Area

Admission Costs and Entry Information

07 3289 2743

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The Samford District Historical Museum boasts a comprehensive collection of buildings of local significance and purpose built replicas. There's also an Aboriginal kippa-making ceremony diorama as well as displays featuring local rural industries, horse-drawn transport, Ferny Grove to Dayboro railway (1918 to 1955), education and domestic life.

Groups, by prior arrangement, can be entertained with demonstrations of old-time working with timber skills, blacksmithing, olden day school and more.

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Researchers will be amazed at the reference collection of photographs, published local history books, newspaper cuttings, historical maps and other files covering Samford district's growth and changes since the mid 1850s to current times. The rustic and rural buildings also provide ideal settings for wedding photos.

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Property Details


  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
    Assisted Access
  • Car park
    Car park
  • Picnic Area
    Picnic Area
  • Public toilet
    Public toilet
  • Shaded Area
    Shaded Area
  • Toilet facilities for the Disabled
    Disabled toilet

Other Information

Children are welcome.

Facilities contain paved paths plus a ramp to the main building. Most buildings are accessible via wheel chair and toilet facilities are available.

Pets Allowed:
Yes. No dogs, except Guide Dogs are allowed into the Museum precinct .

Further Details:
Australia Day, Anzac Day and Queensland Day are marked by special events; contact Museum closer to dates for details. A local history and Samford districts family history reference collection may be researched during open hours. Published historical books on Samford and Pine Rivers Shire are on sale. Samford District Historical Museum Society Incorporated, formed in 1984, has been collecting, recording and displaying Samford's history in Samford Museum since May 1986. The Samford District Historical Museum is operated entirely by volunteers.

How To Get There:
In Brisbane's north-west, follow Samford Road to Samford, turn into Main Street then into Station Street which is opposite Samford Valley Hotel. The Museum is at the rear of John N Scott Park which can be accessed from Main or Station Streets. From Brendale and Albany Creek areas in Pine Rivers Shire use South Pine Road to Eatons Crossing Road to Mount Samson Road and follow the signs to Samford. Then when entering the village turn right into Station Street which is opposite Samford Valley Hotel.

Entry Costs

EntryCostValid FromInclusions
Adult$4.00   01 Sep 12 - 30 Jun 13   Groups with additional demonstrations will be charged AUD6.00.
(Aged 5-15)
$2.00   01 Sep 12 - 30 Jun 13    

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Station Street
Queensland 4520 Australia

Contact Details

07 3289 2743

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