The Eumundi Museum is an essential part of the Eumundi Experience.
Situated in the middle of town, across the main street from our famous markets, we are housed in the old Methodist church at 73 MemorialDrive.
Our permanent displays introduce Eumundi’s past: indigenous history; the early settlers; the timber industry; farming; the hospital; transport; military history; natural history; and the markets.
Our temporary displays cover all sorts of things; sometimes about Eumundi, sometimes not. We frequently feature fine art displays in the Wan’din’in Gallery.
We are open 10.00 am – 3.00 pm, Tuesday – Saturday.
Eumundi Museum is owned and operated by the Eumundi & District Historical Association.
We are fortunate to have access to the Sunshine Coast Council's heritage grants and we have frequently been the recipient of these grants to help us with specific projects.
Eumundi is located at the north end of the Sunshine Coast, half way between Nambour and Noosa.
Eumundi Museum is located on the main street of Eumundi at 73 Memorial Drive, on the corner of Gridley Street.
This is very close to the middle of town and very easy to find – we are in the old church.
73 Memorial Drive Eumundi QLD 4562
Most days there is plenty of free parking nearby on Memorial Drive and in Gridley Street.
On market days, however, the town gets thousands of extra visitors and parks are difficult to find. Although they can be found if you are patient. Market days are Wednesdays and Saturdays.
On market days, we recommend that you park at the Experience Eumundi Car Park on Napier Road, which costs $9 for an unlimited time. Wander through the markets and cross Memorial Drive to enter the museum.
If you are using the bus services of Route 630, heading north, the Eumundi Market Stop is right out the front of the museum.
Heading south, the Eumundi Market Stop is just across the road, shaded by the beautiful memorial trees.
The museum relies heavily on our wonderful team volunteers. Our volunteers help to meet and greet our visitors and are happy to discuss our exhibitions and Eumundi’s history with you.
Volunteers also assist with administration, security and cleaning to ensure that all of our visitors enjoy their museum experience.
In return we develop our volunteers’ skills, experience and knowledge of the Sunshine Coast’s heritage.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, we would love to hear from you.