Historical Groups in Brisbane Queensland Australia
Genealogy and Local History Groups
Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology Sunshine Coast offers events, festivals, group tours and school educational programs.
Anglican Diocese of Brisbane Archives
ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee (Queensland)
Australian Railway Historical Society (Qld Division)
Boggo Road Gaol Historical Society Queensland’s oldest surviving prison.
Brisbane History Group
Brisbane’s Living Heritage Network – Has information on events and heritage locations throughout the city and suburbs of Brisbane as well as information on local history groups.
The Brookfield Historical Society is an active, friendly group which is enthusiastically preserving and promoting the history of the Brookfield area
Cemeteries of Brisbane City – Information about cemeteries around Brisbane, including lists of people who are buried at the cemeteries.
Central Queensland Family History Association Inc (CQFHA)
Charles Sturt University – See Regional Archives
Chermside & Districts Historical Society Inc – Dedicated to compiling historical material, text, photos, oral interviews, documentary, and maps of the old Kedron Shire.
Enoggera & Districts Historical Society – Open to the public for research and for viewing of exhibits each Thursday, 9.30am to 2.00pm, and on the first Saturday afternoon of each month from 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Other times by arrangement. Enoggera Memorial Hall, Trundle St, Enoggera.
Friends of Balmoral Cemetery
Friends of South Brisbane Cemetery
Friends of Toowong Cemetery
Genealogical Society of Queensland
Gympie Family History Society Inc
Hervey Bay Family History Association
History Queensland Inc – Formerly known as the Queensland Association of Local and Family History Societies Inc.
Historical Motorcycle Club Queensland
Ipswich Genealogical Society Inc
Kilcoy District Historical Society
National Servicemen’s Association of Australia Queensland Inc
The Oral History Association of Australia (Qld Inc)
Pine Rivers Heritage Museum documents the history of the Pine Rivers district through interactive displays and temporary exhibitions.
Queensland Colonial and Heritage Dancers – Formerly known as the Queensland Colonial Dancers, they “promote and preserve the dances done in the early days of Australian history and those of today at Bush Dances and Colonial Balls. These dances have evolved from Anglo-Celtic-European influences and new ones are being devised using traditional music, formations, steps and movements.”
Queensland Government Births, Deaths, and Marriages Records
Queensland Family History Society Inc
Queensland Living History Federation – The representative body for QLD’s living history and reenactment groups.
Queensland State Archives – See Family History
Royal Historical Society of Queensland
Southern Suburbs Branch of the Genealogical Society of Queensland Inc
The State Library of Queensland – collections held by the library, including photographs, music, and stories relating to Queensland. See
Toowoomba Darling Downs Family History Society Inc
Toowoomba Dead Persons Society – Helps people research online for genealogical information.
University of Queensland – Fryer Library
Toowong History Group See also
Brisbane City Life – Historical Attractions See also
National Genealogy and History Groups
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