Qantas Founders Museum
The Museum’s trading hours are 8am – 1pm daily until Sunday 24 March 2024.
Qantas Founders Museum is open 8am-4pm from Monday 25th March until Monday 7th October 2024.
Sunday Trading over Summer
Please be advised the museum will be closing on the Sundays:
11, 18, 25 February
3, 10, 17 March
We will re-open on Sundays again from 24 March 2024.
Qantas Founders Museum is open 8am-1pm on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday & Monday (29 March -1 April)
We will be closed for Anzac Day (25 April 2024),
The Museum’s trading hours will return to 8am – 1pm daily from Tuesday 8th October 2024.
The Museum is closed from 1pm Saturday 21 December 2024 reopening at 8am Monday 6 January 2025.
We care about animals at Qantas Founders Museum which includes your dogs!
Qantas Founders Museum now offers temporary kennels at ‘Pooch Palace’ and access to water for your dogs at no charge while you are visiting the Museum.
Qantas Founders Museum is a world-class organisation here to tell the story of Australia’s national airline, from its early days in Outback Queensland to present day.
Characters of the early Qantas days, their pioneering spirit and the impact the airline had for all Australians, is brought to life through life size exhibits, historical artifacts and interactive displays including the National Heritage Listed Qantas Hangar.
Visitors can enjoy informative guided tours of the Boeing 707, Boeing 747, Super Constellation and DC-3 in the Museum’s Airpark Enclosure. Our Museum also has a restaurant for guests to enjoy a meal or refreshment and a Founders Store to buy a souvenir for themselves or a loved one. In the evening our guests can enjoy our Luminescent Longreach light and sound experience designed to delight, entertain, inform and move.