2017 – Museum Renovations

Posted: February 13, 2017 in Collection Online

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The new carpets have been laid, come on down and see for yourself, new look and feel to match the start of a brand new year – all welcome.


2017 Local Legends

Posted: February 1, 2017 in Collection Online


Graham Filkins has been with the Logan City Historical Museum since it opened its doors in 1990
It’s impossible to work out just how many volunteer hours Graham has put in to help preserve and share the story of our local area and that’s why he was recognised as a Local Legend at our awards ceremony held on the 23rd January 2017. Congratulations, Graham!




Congratulations to the other 73 Local Legends whose contribution to our community was also celebrated on this day


Jim Chalmers – an absolute privilege spending time on the 23rd with so many selfless people in our community and recognising them as 2017 Local Legends who are always willing to offer their time, skills, energy and enthusiasm to help others in our community.

Proud to acknowledge and celebrate this year’s Local Legends, who have all helped make ours a community which looks out for each other and looks after each other


Welcome to 2017

Posted: January 23, 2017 in Collection Online


Welcome back! We hope you all had a great Holiday Season and a wonderful New Year

The holiday season is now behind us and we hope everyone had a lovely festive season and are ready for 2017

We wish you, your family and your friends a safe and happy year and we look forward to another successful year

Museum Official Re-Opening 7th February 2017

The Logan City Historical Museum, located at the old Kingston Butter Factory, has a variety of butter making machinery and complete cream records dating from the factory’s beginnings – dated back in 1907. As well, there are photographs of the Kingston Gold Mine and the WWII airfields established around the Logan area. Historical and personal memorabilia illuminating the lives of Logan’s inhabitants can be found at the museum, dating back over one and a half centuries.

This blog is dedicated to creating an online display of the museum’s historic collection available to the public, thus sharing the past of the Logan area to even more people.

To explore our Website, simply move your mouse across the headings that appear above. To select, left click and view the page contents.


How to Contact us at the Logan City Historical Museum:

By phone: 07 3208 3943

By email: lchms@bigpond.com

In person: Kingston Butter Factory, Milky Way, Kingston. QLD. 4114 – between 10:00am and 4:30pm daily (except for Christmas, Good Friday and ANZAC day).

Entry: Gold Coin per person.

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