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There are many organisations involved in gathering and recording local history. Some of the following might be relevant for you. Please note that our Society takes no responsibility for the information available from these organisations. 


Our very own Facebook Page - New entries every day from author and district historian Myrtle Beitz.

Wynnum Library - Includes the Merv Beitz History Room housing many items of the history of the district, including minutes of the Wynnum Town Council. The library also has an extensive program of talks and meetings.

State Library of Queensland - Historical records, newspaper archives on microfiche and events.


History Queensland Umbrella organisation with links to many other historical societies.


Brisbane Living Heritage Your guide to Brisbane’s museums & heritage sites.


Trove (National Library of Australia): Free digital archive of newspapers, magazines, and many other documents.


The Royal Historical Society of Queensland   Queensland’s peak history body, with an active program of events and publishes the quarterly Queensland History Journal.


Friends of Hemmant Cemetery Facebook page for the friends of the cemetery. 

Fort Lytton - information about visiting the historic park on the Brisbane River.'

Queensland Women's Historical Association Inc. - Runs Miegunyah House Museum in Bowen Hills and holds events commemorating women.


The St Helena Island Community   Community of people connected to St Helena Island.

Brisbane History Group Incorporated  Organises events around Brisbane history 

Redland Museum A significant social history museum with  many historically important objects in Cleveland

Gumdale Progress Hall and Museum  - Includes reconstructed depression era dwelling. Facebook page

Wynnum Ambulance Museum - Virtual tour

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