image courtesy Loudoun House Museum

Loudoun House Museum

Loudoun House Museum is part of a suite of Heritage listed properties held in trust by the Irvinebank School of Arts and Progress Association, these include the School of Arts Hall, Queensland National Bank, Irvinebank Tramway Station and Loudoun Battery.

Useful information

16 O’Callaghan St, Irvinebank, QLD


Gift shop
Guided tours by request

Opening hours

Monday10am – 4pm
Tuesday10am – 4pm
Wednesday10am – 4pm
Thursday10am – 4pm
Friday10am – 4pm
Saturday10am – 4pm
Sunday10am – 4pm

More information about Loudoun House Museum

The museum is situated in the former home and office of Mining Entrepreneur John Moffat and was built in 1884, it is the oldest high set timber and corrugated iron building in North Queensland. The exhibits both interior and exterior reflect the social and mining history of Irvinebank and surrounding area.

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