Spirits of the Red Sand is set within the Beenleigh Historical Village – which offers visitors an authentic journey back in time and boasts an extensive collection of twenty heritage buildings and features early Australia memorabilia.
Our unique location at Beenleigh Historical Museum allows you to witness first-hand the sights and scenes of 19th century Aboriginal Australia. Also available for special events, our venue is ideal for weddings, corporate functions, and educational tours. The fully licensed Tin Cup Café is located on-site and open daily for you to enjoy fresh home-cooking and bakery treats, all-day breakfast, specialty coffee and teas.
We are located halfway between Brisbane and Gold Coast off the M1 Exit 35 South, either direction.
From Brisbane CBD or Airport: 30 minutes.
From Gold Coast Airport: 45 minutes. From Broadbeach, Gold Coast or Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast: 40 minutes.
Spirits of the Red Sand
Beenleigh Historical Village
205 Main Street
Spirits of the Red Sand Evening experience includes transfers from select locations, however, here’s some alternative options for self-drive, private transfers, train and Uber.
We are a 3-minute drive or a 20 min walk from Beenleigh Train Station. With prior notice we can pick you up from the train station, just call or email our office.
Ask the driver to take you to Beenleigh Historical Village – 205 Main Street, Beenleigh.
A luxury 7-seater Mercedes vehicle can be arranged for private transfers up to 7 guests. $110 one way per vehicle. Ask for details.
"I Loved it! Spirits of the red sands is very well done from every aspect. The moving theater show was fantastic. The staging was great. The aboriginal cast were amazing (and authentic) as were the support cast... The food - out of this world (even for a vegetarian) . "Trip Advisor, Gold Coast, March 2020
"What a journey! My heart was genuinely touched, was entertaining, educational, emotive, interesting, beautiful, and I got lost in the experience. Highly recommend, will be returning to take more friends and family."Trip Advisor, Brisbane, March 2020
"I was told this one of the best outings and it is absolutely true. An eye opening show by 7 indigenous performers some of whom are direct descendants of the subject community. So interesting, so enlightening such fun and it should be compulsory. A new twist to a dinner show with a very good Aussie meal to finish off the night."TripAdvisor, Queensland, February 2020
"Congratulations to those involved in the great experience that corrects some of the misconceptions taught in school history! We enjoyed everything about this emotional presentations and the dinner alone was worth turning up for."TripAdvisor, Cairns, February 2020