Located in the main street of Herberton in the centre of the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland and only an hour's drive from Cairns, this unique camera museum is open to the public 6 days a week
First 35 mm film camera | Petal-worlds smallest camera 1948 | Spy camera in a cigarette lighter | George Eastman from kodak
What you will see , one of the world's largest and rarest camera collections
We have Russian KGB police cameras, 100 year old spy cameras, rare press cameras, and much more.
There are guided tours, and self guided tours, kids and adults alike will enjoy this museum.
People from all over the world come to Herberton to see this unique camera collection.
You will see the story of photography, learn about history, experience the world espionage and it's suitable for all ages.
There are many other attractions in Herberton. More information here
If there is anything you would like to know about the museum or your visit please call or email me.
Open 6 Days 10am - 4.30pm - Closed Mondays reserved for photographic assignments
Shop 1/49 Grace Street Herberton QLD 4887
Ph. 07 40962092 M. 0447 496 183
Admission Guided Tour $15 per adult $40 per family.
$10 for a self guided tour. Group discounts contact us for details.