Gold Coast & Hinterland Historical Society Museum is a hidden gem

The Gold Coast and Hinterland Historical Society Museum is Surfers Paradise's best kept secret, hidden away at 8 Elliott Street, Surfers Paradise (off Bundall Road near the Ashmore Road intersection).

It is open every Sunday from 10am-3pm and Entry is just $5 (children 10 and under are free).

The grounds include rare remnant coastal vegetation, Heritage listed trees, a reproduction early settlers cottage, pioneers' graves and several buildings housing collections of great historical significance.

There are aboriginal artefacts, equipment from the Southport cable station, farm equipment and tools and an extensive photographic display. Displays are clearly marked and rotated regularly.

Come along and browse through history on your doorstep. The Museum is also open by arrangement for community groups and schools.

For more details or enquires, please contact Colleen on 5529 1962.


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