It is good to see a 'museum' where it should be in Australia - outside and not tucked away in a building with restrictive opening times. A credit to whoever thought to put it here. It is an enjoyable walk through an informative walkway with heaps of information, photos, statues and attractive murals charting the early years of the Bee Gees (including how they got that name) and their life at Redcliffe. Easy to find, just off the beach, and deserves to have more local publicity rather than relying on Tripadvisor.
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