Many lifetimes of objects & records linking us to our past


Photographic Collection

We have over 3000 photographs in our collection, all directly relating to Eumundi and the surrounding districts, dating from the 19th Century into the 21st Century.

Please peruse our online collection on eHive. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.


Historical Objects

One of our more significant objects is a wagon made in 1920 by the local wheelwright and blacksmith, George Adams.

Another is an organ used in St George’s church from 1912 until its eventual replacement in 1984. It still works.

The Eumundi Museum has hundreds of objects from our history: timber tools; farming tools; domestic items; trophies; cameras; telephones; bottles; coins; badges; calendars; and military objects.

To find more please go to eHive.


Indigenous Artefacts

Eumundi Museum is a keeping place for a number of Kabi Kabi artefacts made from stone. Part of the collection is on permanent display for viewing. Please contact us directly for more information.



Our documents include posters, letters, postcards, maps, plans, hymn books, rule books, text books, magazines, and societal minutes. Access to most of these requires an appointment but we are happy to oblige.

Please peruse our online collection at eHive. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us.


Family History

We have a considerable collection of information on Eumundi’s families, especially the early families – those that have been here for a century or more.

We are more than happy to assist you with your family research and supply you with digital copies of all images and information that we have.

If you have conducted your own research and wish to share it, we will happily look after the originals or copies for future generations.


Natural History

We are home to a few hundred taxidermied animal specimens, mostly from around Eumundi and the surrounding districts. This includes many butterflies and other insects.

We also frequently change our Creature Feature display, introducing the visitors to one of our more special specimens such as the koala, the sugar glider, and the endangered Richmond Birdwing Butterfly.


If you have an object that is significant to the Sunshine Coast and would like to donate it to the Eumundi Museum, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us by email, telephone or facebook.

We cannot guarantee that every object or photo will be accessioned into the collection. But we would love to hear from you to find out what you have and the stories that go with it.

If you would like to make a financial donation to assist the museum’s operations, please donate to:
Eumundi Museum
73 Memorial Dr Eumundi Q 4562

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