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Ripley’s Believe It or Not

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Museum with kitschy oddities on display, including shrunken human heads & rare animal skeletons. Discover the strange, the shocking, and the beautiful at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Surfers Paradise. Venturing through themed galleries, adults and children alike will become immersed in artifacts, incredible art, animal oddities, pop-culture memorabilia, interactive games, and stories.

Historic Village Herberton

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Prepare to be wowed as you step back in time to an era that has long been forgotten. Australia’s timber, farming and mining history lives again at this authentic and award winning 100% family owned attraction. Spend the day exploring the collection of more than 60 original buildings complete with shops, a functioning tearooms, antique motor vehicles, small engines, fashion,...

Qantas Founders Museum

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Our Museum tells the story of Australia’s national airline, from its early days in Outback Queensland to present day. Characters of the early Qantas days, their pioneering spirit and the impact the airline had for all Australians, is brought to life through life size exhibits, historical artefacts and interactive displays including the National Heritage Listed Qantas Hangar. Visitors enjoy informative...

MOUA

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Museum of Underwater Art Discover a world below. Preserving our local people, history and stories through underwater art installations by the World’s leading underwater sculptor – Jason deCaires Taylor. MOUA offers a contemporary platform to share the stories of the reef, and the culture of its First Nations people, as well as spark a meaningful conversation and solution to reef...

Freemantle Prison

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Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia’s most fascinating and significant cultural attractions and is open for guided tours daily (excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day). Discover the history of Western Australia’s only World Heritage listed building from its construction in the 1850s until the end of the convict era in 1886. TUNNELS TOUR Get into your hardhat, slip into...