Fairymead House Sugar History Museum

Description

For a taste of a quintessential Queenslander home for which Bundaberg is well known, head to Fairymead House Sugar History Museum. Built by sugar cane pioneers, the Young family of the Fairymead Sugar Mill and Plantation, these days it’s a Sugar History Museum with items donated by local cane farming families and icons in the Bundaberg community. Here, you’ll learn about the process of producing sugar, from cane to crystal.

Wander along the yawning verandahs of this grand dame and admire the Indian bungalow architecture of this building. A popular function space, outside explore the Back Lawn and old-fashioned rotunda area.

The Front Garden is full of lush tropical plants and is beautifully landscaped. The Japanese Garden is home to tranquil water features and tropical gardens.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Gardens
  • Toilets

Other Information

  • There is a lift for wheelchairs
  • Family Friendly

Important Info

Location

Bundaberg

Price

  • Adult: $7
  • Child: (4-17 years) $3
  • Senior Card Holder: $5
  • Family A: (2 adults/2 children) $15
  • Family B: (1 adult/2 children) $10

Date

  • Closed on Saturday

Contact Information

Attraction Map

Thornhill Street, Bundaberg North

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