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Miegunyah House Museum

Closes in 15 min: 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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Worthwhile visit

We spent a delightful hour visiting this beautiful Heritage listed house. That is probably enough... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Graham B
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Hervey Bay, Australia
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Sunday outing

Very interesting place. The caretakers of this historic home are doing a great job in restoring and... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2017
AllanMason
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Brisbane, Australia
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2 weeks ago
“Worthwhile visit”
Nov 6, 2017
“Sunday outing”
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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...more
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a delightful hour visiting this beautiful Heritage listed house. That is probably enough time. Our guide, Janet provided a personal tour to us and explained all the hidden mysteries in this old house. Lovely to hear about the early days of Brisbane.

Thank Graham B
Reviewed 10 November 2017

Our visit was the setting for a beautiful afternoon wedding. The weather was glorious, a band entertained from the veranda and the music floated to the guests spread around the garden. This is a wonderful pioneer homestead with particular attention to women's history. A tour...More

Thank Colin S
Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Very interesting place. The caretakers of this historic home are doing a great job in restoring and managing this historic home. A discussion with members of committee was also very informative about the local area.

Thank AllanMason
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Nice example of a typical Queensland house with wide shady verandas , this place has the old iron lacework and beautiful pressed metal ceilings

Thank Michael S
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Visited Miegunyah House and was shown around on a guided tour by an incredibly knowledgeable guide. She really added to the experience by sharing snippets of history on the house, the people who lived there and life in this era. The best experience of all...More

Thank paula-from-nz
Reviewed 12 February 2017

When looking for something historical to do in Brisbane I came across Miegunyah House. After a quick 10 minute bus ride from the CBD and a small entrance fee we strolled through this beautiful 19th century house. We found that 1 hour was plenty. History...More

Thank madh0ff
Reviewed 9 October 2016

Of course I do like historic homes and this is a great example of an 1885 Brisbane historic home. There is a modest entrance fee which also covers the cost of informative volunteers who help guide you around the house. Plenty of period pieces to...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2016

Saw this advertised by accident after picking up a free copy of the Coffee News in Bulimba, so attended the Christening robes display at this house. Is the notices says, Harking Back to a Time when Christian Faith was the centrepiece of family life. Having...More

1  Thank Alli768
Jo P, Public Relations Manager at Miegunyah House Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2016

We are glad to hear you had such a enjoyable time, Malbertster! We hope see you here again soon - and many thanks for your lovely review!

Reviewed 29 February 2016

Miegunyah House, built in the mid 19th century and now administered by the Queensland Women's Historical Association (QWHA), was a real little find. I have visited Brisbane many times and had never heard about this house. We were advised to visit by the guide at...More

Thank Vandrhen
Jo P, Public Relations Manager at Miegunyah House Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2016

Thank you so much for taking the time to review our little Museum! We are so glad that you enjoyed your time at Miegunyah and look forward to seeing you here again!

Reviewed 7 February 2016

Miegunyah is the gracious Victorian home of the wealthy Perry family and it gives a very good idea of how people lived in those times in Brisbane. We had a tour which went for about half an hour, not expensive and our guide was knowledgeable...More

2  Thank MaritaB709
Jo P, Public Relations Manager at Miegunyah House Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2016

Hi Marita, many thanks for your wonderful review. We are so glad that you enjoyed your tour and afternoon tea on the verandah - it is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the views. We hope to see you again soon!

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open321
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Response from Jo P | Property representative |
Hi Ben, In a house as old as Miegunyah, there is certainly an atmosphere that lends itself to such things- but in Miegunyah's case, any ghost is definitely more of the friendly, quiet sort. Thanks for your question! Jo
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