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Called into the Proserpine Museum, whilst up at Airlie Beach.WOW what a fantastic collection of history of the Proserpine and Whitsunday regions. Allow plenty of time to look around and read the history. Gloria one of the volunteers, will greet you and inform you of...More
As the local tourism office is closed the staff were most pleasant and helpful, and found maps for us. We had lunch at the Peter Faust Dam, and afternoon ice cream soda at Georges Diner at Conway Beach. They also let us know not to...More
I used the museum as a stop over on a long trip and was able to stretch my legs. $6 admission was well worth it. Lots of information about the stories from early settlers and their involvement with the wars, sugar cane and life in...More
I have always held an interest in Australian history both ancient and modern, so it is always my habit to visit local museums just to study the historical background, But my visit here was a double surprise because the gift shop was chockers with locally...More
Visited here before heading home to Sydney. Amazing displays and very interesting. Definitely worth a look. When we first arrived we were welcomed by a lovely lady/ staff member. But when it came to leaving one other lady/ staff member was quite rude and abrupt....More
I stopped into the Proserpine Museum whilst passing through with my wife and small dog. The Museum was fantastic. And so were the staff. Entry for adults was 6 dollars which was worth every cent. My wife and dog waited out front and staff offered...More
This museum holds lots of war memorabilia and local information past and present. Proserpine is a very old sugar cane town and the stories and legends of the area are here in this museum.
If you passing through and want to do something different rather...More
stopped here on my way north, reasonable entrance fee $6 for adults, a good mixture of displays, good parking area right near entrance something for everyone to look at not the biggest of museums
toilets available very clean, there are tables and seating outside under...More
Stopped off here on a drive out when having a break from sun and sea. Reasonable entry feeAU$6 for adults and AU$3 for our teenager. We were pleasantly surprised by the loving care which has gone into each of the many displays from local cinema...More