We're on Flickr!
Almost ONE MILLION people have seen our photos on Flickr! With some of the most gorgeous photos from our collection, it's no wonder!
See our Flickr photostream to find out what all the fuss is about.
On the home front
When our troops left for the 'Great Adventure' of 1914 to 1918, what happened at home? What did Queenslanders do to support the war effort? What sacrifices did we have to make?
'On the home front' is the second in a series of exhibitions about Queensland's role in the First World War. It's on display now in the foyer exibition space at Queensland State Archives.
On the move?
Relocating office premises can be fraught with
complications. To help you navigate this tricky time check out our new Moving
Offices web page which is full of useful tips.
Millions of public records
Queensland State Archives connects Queenslanders with their past - the histories of their families, the local community and the state.
Lawn tennis group in the Brisbane Botanic Gardens below the Queensland Club, 16 October 1894
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To help ensure continued access to Queensland’s digital public records, Queensland State Archives is dealing with the challenges of deterioration of storage media, obsolescence of software and hardware, as well as the complexities associated with authenticity and integrity of digital records.
More ... Keep up-to-date with recordkeeping through our Records Connect blog, written and brought to you by the Government Recordkeeping and Digital Archives teams.