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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

The Prosecution Project: Queensland sources and Queensland stories

Date: 6 September 2017

Time: 10.30am – 11.30am

Location: Queensland State Archives Lecture Theatres 1 and 2

Details: Join us at Queensland State Archives to hear our guest speaker — Griffith University’s Professor of History in the School of Humanities and Director of the Prosecution Project Professor Mark Finnane — as he discusses The Prosecution Project.

The Prosecution Project is a national research project investigating the history of criminal prosecution in Australia. The project aims to document criminal trials in all Australian states from as early as 1824 to the 1960s.

Data entry on a web portal hosted at Griffith University is being carried out by the research team and by citizen historians, volunteers who have come forward to help with the project.

This presentation will focus on Queensland sources for the project and the stories about crime and justice they disclose.

Please book early through Eventbrite to reserve your place.

Need more information about this event? Please email us at

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.

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Contact QSA
Telephone: (07) 3037 6777
Facsimile: (07) 3131 7764 

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Last updated
7 August 2017
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