We have a range of services for researchers who use our Public Search Room at Runcorn as well as for those who visit online or via email. Information and services available include:
All records held at Queensland State Archives are listed in its information management system, Archives One. The main way to find the records held in our collection is by using our online catalogue, ArchivesSearch. There are other publications that can help researchers including:
A number of items from the collection are being digitised, including popular records such as those relating to the Stinson plane crash inquest. As more items are received and made available in the ArchivesSearch catalogue, details will be added to the New to the archives page.
The qsa bulletin is an e-newsletter and is a great way to find out more about our programs, initiatives and new additions to the collection.
To join up to the qsa bulletin, subscribe here.
Have a look at past issues here.
Queensland State Archives volunteer program
We have a wonderful team of volunteers who make it easier to find information by creating indexes. Many indexes are available on our website and more are being created all the time. Volunteers also help with basic preservation, such as removing metal clips from files and cleaning records. Volunteers usually work one day per week.
If you are interested in this program, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator on 07 3131 7777.