Mango Hill, located north of Brisbane, is a small suburb. Mango Hill was named as such in 1980 because of the mango trees that grew tall lining the roads of Anzac Avenue. One popular main attraction in Mango Hill is the Redcliffe Museum, which houses documents and exhibits that showcase the culture and history of the Peninsula dating back to the late 1700s. The museum is visited by families, school children and tourists in order to look at the different exhibitions. The museum also has special a special treat for children in the form of G.A.M.E., which stands for Gallery and Museum Explorers. Children can partake in special events, workshops and explore their creativity through the Discovery Docks and Creation Stations.