Landsborough Museum Street Festival

Celebrate 100 years of the historic Landsborough Shire Council Chambers 18 May | Landsborough Museum

Landsborough Museum Street Festival

Fun for the whole family from heritage talks, classic cars, cake and craft to face-painting, and exciting new museum exhibitions. There will also be a special First Nations Welcome to Country and dance performance. The free festival will have something for everyone.

  • Welcome to Country
  • Dance performance
  • Craft activities
  • Classic cars
  • Face painting
  • Museum exhibitions
  • Sausage sizzle and cake

The historic 1924 Landsborough Shire Council Chambers is a state heritage-listed building and was the former chambers for the Landsborough Shire Council until 1967. The collection itself provides a fascinating insight into the lives of Sunshine Coast residents through the lens of farming, industry, tourism, transport and communication.

The event is held during the Australian Heritage Festival, the country's largest community-driven heritage event, with the theme 'Connections'. Connections highlights the rich and diverse stories of our community, strengthening our cultural and historical ties to the land and to each other.

This event is funded by the Sunshine Coast Council, Arts and Heritage Levy. The Levy, which is charged to every rateable property, is used to document, research, conserve, protect, promote and provide access to those tangible and intangible items, places, facilities and events that define the stories, history and values of the people, communities and culture of the Sunshine Coast.

LocationDate and Time
Landsborough MuseumSaturday 18 May, 10am-2pm