This visit to the QSA is open to all members of RGSQ and will focus on early historic maps of Queensland - e.g. explorer's maps/charts of Queensland, including surveys and maps of AC Gregory, early land settlement maps and early town maps. If you have any requests or interest in particular areas or topics, please ask the organiser prior to the event.
While QSA has limited the number to 12 visitors, it may be possible to include additional visitors. Please add your name to the wait list even if the initial 12 spaces are booked.
Bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee available.
Daphne Stephens (07) 3366-2510, 0417 66 2515
Car Parking: The QSA site layout Map below shows where the car park is located within the site – far eastern end.
Public Transport: Trains: the nearest railway stations are Fruitgrove and Runcorn. These may have a bus link to QSA. If intending to use train and bus transport, you will have to check these linkages yourselves.
Buses – Compton Road, fronting the QSA site and entrance, is a major bus route. Bus routes 138, 152, 156, 8028 and 8035 use Compton Road. The nearest “Arriving Bus Stop” is Stop 86 at Compton Road and Kyabra Street, adjoining the QSA site. One must then walk within the QSA site to arrive at the Main Building, next to the eastern car park. Please check Translink for further details or any changes.
Map - Queensland State Archives