Bribie Island Seaside Museum
27 Nov, 2020 - 21 Feb, 2021
From peculiar slug-like creatures to giants of the sea, explore 'What lurks below' as they dive into the hidden world of the waters surrounding Bribie Island.
Down there you will meet sea creatures that like to hide and ones that we should hide from! There are clever creatures that make potions, ones that look a bit strange and the gentle giants of the sea.
'What lurks below' is an interactive exhibition for the whole family. Be prepared to be amazed, get hands on - and maybe even be a little bit scared!
Exhibition developed by Moreton Bay Regional Council.
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