This area known as Musgrave Park was, and continues to be, a meeting place for a number of Indigenous groups of South East Queensland, offering a neutral site for holding feasts, ceremonies and the resolution of disputes.
The Cultural Centre provides a focal point for Aboriginal community and for the preservation, promotion and presentation of Aboriginal culture and heritage.
Children are welcome.
Disabled access is available.
Group tours welcome by prior arrangement.
The Musgrave Park Cultural Centre is located in South Brisbane which has ample public transport via bus, CityCat and Train. South Brisbane is also within walking distance from Brisbane City which is also accessible via public transport. There is also various car parks and ample on street parking for those driving.
Functions of the Cultural Centre include:
A focus for Aboriginal culture in Brisbane, south east Queensland.
A venue for the display of traditional and contemporary Indigenous visual and performing arts.
A place for teaching culture to the next generation of Aboriginal children and youth and the wider community.
A centre of learning and referral support.
A place for the local community and visitors to Brisbane to learn about Aboriginal culture, society and history.
A focus for the interaction between the Aboriginal community, other major arts and cultural organisations in Brisbane.
Free Entry as per group bookings.
* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.