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Queensland State Archives (QSA) has many treasures and resources for both government and public clients. We host regular events and have displays of some of our collections. Visit our Flickr page or the QSA blog for a glimpse into our collections.

Upcoming events

Windmill of your mind Exhibition

Date: Now

Time: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Location: Queensland State Archives Foyer

Details: The Spring Hill Windmill, built by convicts in 1828, is the oldest surviving building in Queensland. An enduring presence in Brisbane’s landscape, it has borne witness to the changing face of Brisbane and many tumultuous events in Queensland’s past. Inspired by stories from the collection, students and others from Queensland College of Art have created works reflecting the windmill and historic events that took place around it.

Public clients

QSA offers a wide range of activities including:

  • a regular program of events and seminars focusing on specific aspects of our holdings
  • seminars for family history societies or historical societies on a range of topics, or a subject to meet your needs
  • opening the second Saturday of every month
  • behind-the-scenes tours (contact us for more information)
  • exhibitions and displays.

Contact us

Contact us if you need further help.

QSA Home

Go to the Queensland State Archives home page.

Contact QSA

Emailinfo@archives.qld.gov.au
Telephone: (07) 3037 6777
Facsimile: (07) 3131 7764 

Licence
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0)
Last updated
5 October 2017
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