QSA is working closely to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and is continuing to follow advice from Queensland Health.
From 9am 24 March the Queensland State Archives Reading Room and Memory Lounge will be closed and all public events are postponed.
QSA’s public events, guided tours and public programs are postponed until further notice.
Find out more about Queensland State Archives’ exciting events, including workshops, tours and talks.
Reading Room closure
To help ensure the health and safety of the community, our Reading Room will be closed from 9am 24 March until further notice.
In the meantime, we will continue to provide a number of ways to search, discover and engage with the archival collection online.
Our online catalogue ArchivesSearch will still available to search the records.
Our copying services will still be available for anyone who wants to order a copy of the archival records:
There are also many ways to discover the collection:
Discover Queensland through Q-Album
Q-Album is a new and growing historical collection-sharing platform. Built by QSA and Gaia Resources, Q-Album brings together our archival collection plus smaller historical collections from around Queensland – from Cooktown to Cunnamulla.
Browse through Q-Album to find stunning images from Queensland’s history, compare past and present images of streets and towns using Google Maps, and read the fascinating stories behind the photos.
Historical organisations that would like to share their collections on this free-to-use platform should write to email@example.com.
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