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Evening Experience

From the start of the live theatre experience to indigenous song and dance, the 3-course dinner and the final meet and greet of cast and crew – this is a completely immersive and interactive evening that the whole family will enjoy.

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Tin-Cup Cafe

Enjoy a delicious selection of breakfast and lunch dishes at our very own Tin-Cup Cafe. Open until 3.00pm each day, this is the perfect addition to your Spirits of the Red Sand experience.

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Arrival and Ticketing commences with COVID safety. Browse our authentic retail gift gallery

Arrival & Ticketing & Retail

Arrival and Ticketing commences with COVID safety. Browse our authentic retail gift gallery

Visitor Car Parking

Free parking onsite

Coach Bay & Parking

Coach parking is accessible from our coach-bay at the front of the Village

Tin Cup Café & Restaurant

Home baked goodness, espresso coffees & fully licensed bar. Sample indigenous cuisine. An 1885 building – Beenleigh’s first railway station

Art & Gift Gallery

Heritage art on display

Museum Collections Point




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Staff Only

Dreamtime Theatre

Dreamtime beliefs and creation stories are told through a powerful audio-visual presentation

The Aboriginal Village

Witness ancient ceremonies, traditions and rituals come to life

Village Theatre

Tiered seating open-air theatre overlooking The Aboriginal Village

Bushtucker Garden

Largest variety of bushtucker plants in Southern Queensland. Learn of their herbal, edible, medicinal and spiritual use.


Learn the importance of the waterways & sea-life for food, shelter and clothing

Storytellers Theatre

Tiered seating open-air theatre overlooking The Village Green

Village Green

The perfect space for lazy day picnics and events


A mini-rainforest walkway filled with native plants

Heritage Activity Centre

Discover colonial life through machinery demonstrations, blacksmithing and sugar mill equipment

Cultural Education Centre

Cultural education space offering interactive & immersive experiences


A Queensland Heritage listed church opened in 1875 as St George’s Anglican Church

Carter’s Boot Shop

A typical example of shop architecture from the 1800s. Displays boots, slipper and shoe-maker & repair equipment

Council Chambers

Built in 1910 for the then Beenleigh Shire Council

General Store/Lolly Shop

Built in 1892 the General store is now home to the Village lolly shop

The Hester Dairy

Built shortly after WW2. Devoted to dairy technology.

Printing Shop

Printing equipment and presses – some in operation today

Fire Engine Garage

A 1944 Dennis Light Four and a Dodge c.1950. Both in working order

The White House

Built in 1920 the White House is utilised to display our textile collection

The Carroll House

Built in the 1890s, it was an original home much loved by its many owners with household items on display.

Schultz House

Around 1900 the house was built and owned by the operator of the ferry service across the Logan River. Bridal display on offer.

Wood Carver

Demonstration area for woodcutter’s display

Yesteryear Theatre

A rural school to teach boys metal and woodwork. Now used as a theatrette on early settlers & the can industry with camera displays

Post Office

The post office formed an integral part of the community as it was the mail chance for the whole region

Lightbody’s Cottage

Built in the 1900s and used as a caretakers cottage, now used for our Village volunteers

One Teacher School

The Loganholme One Teacher School first opened in 1873 and now houses items relating to One Teacher schools and education

George Harch Bicentennial Museum

A new building constructed with assistance from the Bicentennial funding. Collections include militaria.

Heck Historical Homestead

Patrons Bill & Pat Heck donated their Queenslander family home, which has been lovingly restored to host weddings & events

Coomera Lockup

A small lock up originally used for overnight custody of prisoners.

Saverin House

Saverin House was built in 1900 as a well to do family home for the Saverin family. It is now used to house art

Barter’s Rest (Cottage)

Barter’s Cottage is a slab house built in 1884, it is now displayed as an original ‘bush’ pub

Radke Family Cottage

Owned by a senior church warden of the Bethania Lutheran Church, a prominent family home which displays family items



  • "I especially enjoyed interacting with the actors by walking through the village into different scenes. I would most definitely take visitors to see the show & recommend locals to go along." Trip Advisor, Brisbane, Australia, March 2021

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  • "We learned a lot of things that we had never heard before. The meal was absolutely delicious with very generous portions. We found the whole experience both educational and entertaining and very good value for money." Trip Advisor, Robina, Australia, March 2021

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  • "This was an excellent and raw experience - a story that needs to be told. The performance was very real and professional and was thoroughly enjoyed by all, including the meal at the end." TripAdvisor, March 2021

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  • “A great sense of the Aboriginal journey tastefully done. The meal was more than sufficient and well prepared. Overall a great experience. Catered well for our group of two grandparents and 18 grandchildren.” TripAdvisor, January 2020

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  • "This was one of the best experiences I’ve had on my Gold Coast holiday this week. The storyline was very confronting but needs to be told and we all need to learn." TripAdvisor, Shoalhaven, Australia, December 2020

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