The Redcliffe Museum tells the fascinating story of the history and community of Redcliffe. Redcliffe, a beautiful peninsula located on the northern end of Moreton Bay, was the site of first European settlement in Queensland with settlers and convicts landing in 1824. Through multi-media and object based exhibitions, visitors are able to learn not only about the Peninsula's past, but also about the character of Redcliffe as it is today.
The collection ranges from domestic and farming technology, to business equipment and war memorabilia. A photographic collection is augmented by an excellent postcard collection. The Museum also holds a significant collection of Japanese artefacts from Redcliffe's Sister City, Onoda in Japan.