Sandgate Historical Society and Museum collects and preserves the history of the local area so that it is available for research,
visitors and future generations.
Our group of volunteers research all sources, to catalogue and store the items, photographs, documents and oral history
which is relevant to our local history.
You can follow the chronology of the development of Sandgate since the 1850s by examining our voluminous archives and
eclectic collection of items used by your ancestors and, more than likely, your parents.
The museum is opened Wednesday and Sunday 10 am to 3 pm.
Visiting schools, clubs and other organizations are welcome by appointment.
Talks, presentations and morning/afternoon tea are available for visiting groups.
Publications explaining and illustrating various aspects of our local history are also on sale,
and a small library can be accessed by members of the Society.