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Cafe ~ Gift Shop

 

The Cafe at the Museum is the place to relax for that great coffee! Enjoy a delicious meal while resting-a-while, catch-up with friends or just enjoy the relaxed atmosphere - the Cafe caters for everyone! 

Small groups are welcome to book for a special occasion such as a baby shower, or a birthday celebration.  Also for special functions in 2016 :  Mother's Day (1st May), Father's Day (4th September) and Grandparents Day (30th October).  Email your info. to Vicky -  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Cafe at the Museum is located at 215 Brisbane Road, GYMPIE ...Ph. 54 823995

VISITORS.....Provision has been made by Gympie Regional Council
for motorhome and caravan parking beside Lake Alford Park.

 

PIC 1969 cafe staff

     PIC 0537a

MENU includes:  Devonshire Teas, Gourmet Burgers, GREAT Coffee and More!

The ice cream bar has many tempting flavours in a variety of  cone sizes! 

Vegetarian & Gluten Free Friendly

EFTPOS -   Available 

    
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MUSEUM  MEMORABILIA

There are some unusual publications, a small selection of quality souvenirs, postcards, and also anyone wishing to purchase a piece of Gympies history from the Royal Theatre in Mary Street....there are theatre seats at $25

Read all about Gympies history in BOOKS ON SALE 

There is an extra cost for Postage/Handling on all books, and DVDs   

The more popular sales are: Gympie Jubilee/Gympie In Its Cradle Days  $12 
                                          Pathways to Gold  $30
 The author (Jeff Lambert) takes his readers with him on a journey back in time along the tracks leading to the first major gold discovery in the then new-found Colony of Queensland.

                                                                                                


Other publications of interest are:     Andrew Fisher Booklet  $2.50

                                                                            Loaming for Gold by Sam J. Cash  $30

                       (An informative edition of Prospecting for Gold by the Loaming System)

                                                   

                                                                   LOAMING FOR GOLD                                                                                                                   

City of GYMPIE 100 Years of News  Gympie Times  1905-2004
Edited by Neville McHarg and Compiled by Pat Towner $5

Beer,Mines & Rails Book by Brett J Stubbs $40 - A history of the brewing industry in Queensland to the 1920s;

Tall Timber and Tramlines Queensland by John Kerr $25 - Includes Tramways of the 1870s; 

      

                                                                        

 GOLD Fossicking in Queensland by Barry Neville complete with a Queensland GOLD map $30
                            


                                                                     


 Stock includes:     
                             
A History of Cooloola Art Society Inc. 1963-2013 Written by Brett J Green $30

Museum Souvenirs are White Ceramic Mugs, Small blue Enamel Mugs with red trim, and Silver Water Bottles at reasonable prices.

DVDs    The Prime Ministers National Treasures  $30 - includes Andrew Fishers Lunch Box; 

                Bushrangers at the Gympie Gold Mining Museum  $5 - The Gympie Museum

                Re-enactment Group 

                                                                 PIC 0374a DVD re enact
           
       

        METAL  and  PLASTIC  GOLD  PANS for the keen prospectors are also on sale from $17.
also reasonably priced now in stock incl. Hand Picks, Folding Pick/Shovels, and Sieves



                 

Other items of interest include the 'Hammer and Forge' blacksmithing creations made in the Museum Blacksmith Shop include:  metal brackets with a twist in the middle support rod, its  use is an underneath support for a wooden shelf, leaves which are suitable for fashion necklaces and candle stick holders.  Camp fire equipment of  tripods for billy cans, clothes hooks  and  tools are also made.

 

 

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