Easy to visit from the city. And free parking for those who are driving.
If you're on holiday and can't be bothered with public transport then this is the offer for you...
GET $50 off off any shop item — when you catch a taxi/Uber.
Valid for any item priced above $94.
(example: $95 - $50 = $45)
This will cover all taxi costs from the city and back - YOU MUST MENTION THIS OFFER.
- Within Australia (07) 3857 7740
Outside Australia 0061 7 3857 7740
Brisbane Opal museum and jewellery shop.
Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5pm
Saturday 10 - 3pm
Sunday 10 - 1pm
Public holidays - On most public holidays we are open from 9.30 am to 3pm but please do call first to confirm.
We can make arrangements to stay open after hours if you are interested in making a purchase in the shop..
How to get to the shop & the Opal Museum...
Our Address is 196 Albion rd,
Windsor, 4030, Brisbane,
Australia, PH: 07 38577740,
(Cnr: Lutwyche Rd, At the top of the hill at traffic lights enter service rd/carpark).
Three Travel options
Bus (Map A):
If you’re in the city then we recommend catching the bus or taxi.
Taxi:Short on time or attending a conference at the convention centre? Then a taxi might be your best option. If you’re in the city an average taxi ride to our museum will be about $20.Black & White Cabs: 133222, Yellow Cabs: 131924.
Buses come regularly (every 10-20mins), it’s a short and interesting ride which only takes about 12 minutes and we are directly opposite the bus stop.
Directions: Go to stop 28 on Adelaide Street (see larger map). Catch bus 334, 370 or 375. When you hop on-board, inform the driver that you are going to the Opal Museum (NOT old Museum), ask if they would be kind enough to notify you when the bus arrives at stop 16 on Lutwyche rd (in Windsor, old council chambers - 2nd stop north of Officeworks).
Train (Map B): From the city (Central) catch a train that is on the Caboolture line. Exit at Albion station (4 stops). Make your way to the exit located on the opposite side to where the ticket office is. Head down the ramp - towards the dead-end road. It’s then a 10 minute walk to the Museum (see small map below).