Eumundi Heritage & Visitor Information

Heritage collection

Want to know more about the 1000's of photographs, objects and documents in our heritage collection? CLICK HERE

Visitor information

Need tourist information, where to stay, what to do and how to get here? CLICK HERE

wan'din'in arts space

Interested in our Arts Space called Wan'din'in? Want to apply to use the space or visit an exhibition? CLICK HERE

about Discover eumundi heritage & visitor centre

The Centre provides assistance with family history research as well as information to visitors to Eumundi

  • Built in 1911 - Originally the town's Methodist Church
  • Bought by the Eumundi Historical Association in the 1990s
  • Became the Eumundi Museum in 1996
  • Combined with the Eumundi Information Office to form Discover Eumundi Heritage and Visitor Centre 2006

Built in 1911 - Originally the town's Methodist Church

Latest News

'Traces' Exhibition

Traces: Explored through Time and Tide opens Friday 17 August at 5pm 


The exhibition will be opened by Julie Devine with music by local singer Michelle Clifford - all welcome, nibbles on arrival and cash bar available.


In Traces both artists have created a series of works which reveal hidden moments within our coastal paradise. Jane has worked with fragments of places where natural and constructed environments coexist, while Mo has mirrored traces of the vast array of life under the sea. They have presented vignettes of life explored through time and tide. Both artists work to preserve the diversity and unique beauty of the Sunshine Coast.

Traces runs until Saturday 15 September. More details CLICK HERE


Meet the Artists morning tea Friday 24 August at 10.30am

RSVP to or phone 5442 8762 for catering purposes

Workshop Thursday 6 September 10.30am to 2.30pm

Working in collage the theme for the workshop is 'experience your memories of the Sunshine Coast with collage and drawing'. Particiapants witll be asked to bring ephemera that reminds them of places, events and emotions aout the cost to create a collage which is a lasting memory of our region. Things to bring include natural materials such as leaves, bark and natural foudn objects, old photographs, newspaper cuttings, picures and fabrics that invoke memories of time and tide.

Cost: $45 includes materials to assemble the collages. Participants need to bring lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.