A volunteer managed affiliate of the National Communications Museum.
3 Oriel Road Clayfield Queensland 4011
(07) 3862 2958
Open every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; open other days by appointment. Admission by gold coin donation. Please call ahead to arrange group visits. Wheelchair accessible. Off street parking also available for coaches and visitors.
The Communications Museum, Brisbane is managed by a dedicated group of volunteers from the Postal-Telecommunication Historical Society of Queensland Inc. The Society was formed in 1952 by a group of Post Office volunteers devoted to the preservation of communications history. As custodians of the National Communications Museum collection in Queensland, the Society care for and display communications memorabilia to educate visitors and school groups about the history of this vital utility in the development of the Sunshine State. Exhibits include a mixture of static and operational displays of communication equipment ranging from Morse equipment from the 1860s up to modern teleprinter and telephone exchange types.
The Communications Museum, Brisbane acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, the Turrbal and Yugara, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.