Solve the case of the Bold Bushranger Bail Up

29 August 2013

Use your powers of deduction and discover Whodunit? at Cobb+Co Museum’s school holiday program from 18 September to 13 October 2013.

Cobb+Co Museum Director Deborah Bailey said there are seven known bushrangers in the area and the authorities know the guilty culprit is one of them.

“Gather eyewitness accounts and use your powers of deduction to eliminate each suspect until there is only one guilty culprit left,” she said.

“There will also be a crime solving activity at each station including cracking the code, creating an identikit image and removing incriminating fingerprints from the scene of the crime.”

This self-guided program is available during regular Museum hours, 10am to 4pm.  Whodunit is designed for children aged three to 12 years and costs $5 per child, including all the crime solving materials you will need.

Thanks to Toowoomba Regional Council, entry to Cobb+Co Museum is free for Toowoomba Regional Council residents with proof of address.

Cobb+Co Museum is part of the Queensland Museum Network.  Located in Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, the Museum opens daily from 10am – 4pm, except Good Friday, ANZAC Day and Christmas Day.

What: Whodunit? School Holiday Program
Where: Cobb+Co Museum, 27 Lindsay St, Toowoomba
When: Wednesday 18 September to Sunday 13 October 2013
Time: 10am – 4pm
Cost: $5 per child

Photo and media opportunity: Thursday 12 September at 4pm.

• Interview and photograph families participating in the Whodunit? school holiday program.

Media Contact:
Samfya Smith, Marketing Manager, Cobb+Co Museum
PH: 07 4659 4900, E:

Leigh Hills, Marketing Officer, Cobb+Co Museum
PH: 074659 4900