Our Community Facilities

The Fraser Coast has many wonderful arts and cultural resources run by Council and active community groups. 

Browse through the lists below for information about our Museums, Theatres and Galleries.

If you have a community group you would like to add or update to this list, please email us with your details.

Fraser Coast Museums

A love of history is not compulsory - just a keenness to get lost in time on an amazing journey into the pioneering past of the Fraser Coast.

Follow a trail around the many Fraser Coast museums and historical collections to get a sense of the struggles and ultimate triumphs of the region's early pioneers as they settled the wild Australian bush, established farming and industry and turned dusty makeshift settlements into thriving towns filled with stately buildings and grand homes.

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Fraser Coast Theatres

Z-PAC Theatre

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Z-PAC is a Community-Based Theatre run by volunteers, producing a number of quality productions each year, using local actors, directors, technical and support staff. We are always very happy to welcome new people into our theatre community and invite you to peruse our site for more information.

The Z-PAC Theatre started back in 1964 when a group of people, who loved theatre, formed the 'Hervey Drama Circle'. In 1968 the group moved into a small theatre in Newhaven Street, Pialba, which was a renovated army hut. The group then became 'The Hervey Bay Little Theatre' and began producing full length plays.

Over the years there were many name changes, and in 1994 the name changed to The Zephyr Street Performing Arts Community Theatre, known as Z-PAC Theatre.

Offering the opportunity for community members to participate in local theatre, both as audience members or as amateur actors.


Address: Zephyr Street, Scarness 4655



Email[email protected]

Fraser Coast Galleries

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