Cultural Talks are implemented with the aim of developing a community awareness to gain recognition and respect for the Aboriginal cultural heritage of the region to inform visitors and the general public of the Island’s unique Aboriginal culture.

The cultural talks are delivered by members of the M.M.E.I.C who have a great wealth of knowledge of the local culture and tradition passed down through the generations.  The majority of groups that attend the talks are from educational institutions, however talks are open to visitors both Indigenous and non-Indigenous and from all age levels.

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The M.M.E.I.C has a small local museum space that houses exhibition display panels depicting the history and culture Minjerribah Moorgumpin.  Many of the items are from residential and private collections.  The museum is also surrounded by an established mini bush tucker trail in the grounds of our office building at 2 Mitchell Crescent, Dunwich.

This Bush Tucker Trail is a smaller version of the Terra Bulla Luemeah Conservation Reserve.  Each Bush tucker plant is marked and cross referenced to a publication by K. Stephens & D Sharp (2009). The Flora of North Stradbroke Island. Brisbane: Queensland Herbarium, Environmental Protection Agency.

Opening hours are Monday to Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm entry by gold coin donation.

Cultural Talk  Presentation

Terra Bulla Leumeah
Conservation Reserve Tour

Brown Lake Tour


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