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Yandina Historic House

Location
3 Pioneer Rd, Yandina QLD 4561
Opening hours
Monday-Sunday 9.30am-2.30pm
Admission
Free


The Yandina Historic House precinct includes a local artists gallery, visitor information centre, gift and craft shop, heritage discovery room as well as historical collections in the Museum Shed. Our famous Devonshire Tea keeps visitors returning and our helpful volunteers encourage visitors to walk the Yandina Heritage Trail and catch a glimpse into the past of the oldest town on the Sunshine Coast.

Pioneer John G Sommer originally built the house in late 1899 on a site in Bridges, 2km North of Yandina. The house was moved to its current site in 1996 but stood vacant until 2003 when the Yandina and District Historical Society began the cultural precinct development.

Yandina may have first been known as ‘Native Dog Flat’, but since then it has had many titles - River, Highway, Railway and Timber Town.

Come and explore the precinct! Step back in time and view our historical collections which include banking, religious and railway memorabilia; visit the gallery and craft shop and enjoy refreshments on the beautiful verandah.

 

Museums & Galleries Queensland
122 Gerler Road
Hendra QLD 4011

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ABN: 32 109 874 811
ACN: 109 874 811

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