Welcome to Miegunyah House Museum

home of The Queensland Women's Historical Association.

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Built in the 1880's when local tradition was at its most opulent, Miegunyah is one of Brisbane's most accessible Heritage Homes. Richly decorated with iron-lace balustrades, filigree columns and friezes, and furnished in the style of the late 19th century, Miegunyah is a living example of Victorian elegance and charm. Step through the wide cedar door way into the House Museum, be fascinated by exotic collectables from travels afar, learn about the people who lived at Miegunyah and ghosts that never left. Even glimpse the labours of 19th century housekeeping!

Miegunyah is open to the public for tours and morning / afternoon teas. Miegunyah is also available for group visits, special interest groups, corporate and private functions. The Queensland Women's Historical Association (QWHA) monthly talks are held in the formal dining room.

The QWHA archives and research facilities are held at the House Museum in a secure climate controlled environment. Access to these is available to researchers by appointment. The QWHA also produces a range of books and other publications. To view these download books & other publications pdf

Miegunyah House Museum, the archives, research and publishing activities are maintained by
The Queensland Women's Historical Association as a Memorial to the Pioneer Women of Queensland.

Free publications available for download:

Download a copy of the report "Significance Assessment of the Collection" prepared by Dr Judith McKay for a National Library of Australia grant received in 2016.

Download a copy of the catalogue from our exhibition "We Remember" a tribute to the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day. The exhibition ran from April 22nd until August 3rd 2015. The display concentrated on three key elements of war: Patriotism, Service and Loss. The exhibition displayed the objects and stories that have been stored in the Miegunyah archive. The catalogue is available from this link at the State Library of Queensland through One Search.

Download a copy of the catalogue from our exhibition "The Bride Wore White", displaying 200 years of Wedding Fashion and Accessories, which was held at Miegunyah in 2013.

Opening Hours

Wednesdays 10.30am - 3.00pm

Saturdays & Sundays 10.30am - 4.00pm.

Please come to visit us!

Group visits and functions other days by prior arrangement

Miegunyah is open in 2017 from February until 29 November, although we are closed for each Easter weekend.

Please note that we will be closed to the public on Sunday 4 February 2018 for a private function

Admission prices - includes guided tour. Prices subject to change.

Devonshire teas are also available ($8.00)

Adults $8.00

Children (primary school age) $4.00

School groups please contact Miegunyah on 07 3252 2979

Group visits available by prior arrangement

Bookings essential

For tours of House Museum download group booking form

To view items of interest from archival collection

For morning / afternoon teas & luncheon menu

please contact Miegunyah on 07 3252 2979.

Gift vouchers now available $35

perfect gift for Mother's Day, Birthdays, or any occasion.

Tour of the House Museum & Devonshire tea for two people.

Contact us to arrange payment & direct mail delivery.

How to find Miegunyah House Museum

35 Jordan Terrace Bowen Hills, Brisbane

Miegunyah House Museum is situated within the Breakfast Creek Heritage Precinct and is easily accessible by public transport. TRANSLink 13 12 30 or www.translink.com.au.

Large bus entry is via front entrance off Jordan Terrace.
Mini bus and wheelchair access via rear entrance off Roche Avenue.
Street parking is available for private vehicles in Jordan Terrace and Roche Avenue.
Please note these streets are within the Brisbane central traffic area and restrictions apply.

Miegunyah House Museum regular Open House Program and the QWHA archives & research facilities are made available to the public by the generous support of volunteers.