Millmerran Museum external. Large shed with 'Millmerran Museum' painted in large block letters. Old wheels attached to the wall with a piece of historical farm machinery featured on a concrete pad out the front.

Home of the steam launch 'Water Baby'

Step back in time and experience life as it was.

Packed with thousands of historical objects and exhibitions, the Millmerran Museum has often been described as "the best in Queensland".

A participating museum in the Toowoomba Region transport heritage trail, it features 14 historical buildings and extensive displays spread over an acre of leafy grounds, including a 1950s schoolhouse, the fully restored 150 year old 'Water Baby' exhibit, farming, military, life as a pioneer woman, Indigenous artefacts, and so much more.

The museum is proudly maintained by the Millmerran & District Historical Society Inc.

24 Charlotte Street, Millmerran

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The museum is open by appointment only so please don't hesitate to make contact and arrange your visit.

Bus groups and family groups can be catered for with morning tea, afternoon tea, or a light lunch in the SES Dining Room and undercover area. 

A meeting room is additionally available for hire.

Bookings can be made via the online booking form, phone or email.

Phone: Christine Turner (President) 0402 576 453


Visit the Millmerran Museum website for full details and a list of contact details.