Queensland State Archives
Queensland State Archives (QSA) connects Queenslanders with their past - the histories of their families, the local community and the state - by ensuring that the significant records of government are available and accessible.
Our archival collection comprises millions of public records dating back to the early Moreton Bay penal settlement of 1823.
We support government integrity, maintaining the corporate memory of government by overseeing the making and keeping of Queensland’s public records.
As the state's lead agency for government recordkeeping, QSA offers practical recordkeeping advice and tools to over 500 Queensland public authorities.
Our vision is to inspire all Queenslanders to discover the stories contained within the record of the Queensland Government – anytime, anywhere.
Strategic Plan 2016–2020
Our strategic plan sets out how we support government and serve Queenslanders.
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Public Records Review Committee
Queensland's Public Records Review Committee aims to further strengthen the management of public records in Queensland and advises the Minister and State Archivist on the administration and enforcement of the Public Records Act 2002 across Queensland's public authorities. In addition to its advisory role, the committee also has a number of dispute resolution functions.
Members of the committee:
- Mr Donald Mackenzie - Chair
- Dr David Hamill AM
- Ms Kate Blackford-Slack
- Ms Linda O'Brien
- Ms Julie Steel
- Mr David Reed
- Dr Jennifer Clark
- Dr David Solomon AM
You can contact the committee by contacting QSA.