Museum Volunteers

In Memorium: The passing of Logan City Historical Museum Volunteer Member Kathy Lewis.

It was with a great deal of sadness and shock that the members of the Logan City Museum learned of the death of one of our volunteer staff. Kathy Lewis passed away suddenly at the Logan City Hospital on the 21st December 2017. Kathy’s husband Allan is also a valued and hard working volunteer member at the Museum. All the members of the Logan City Museum wish to extend our condolences and sincere sympathies to Allan and Kathy’s families on their sad loss.

Above: Kathy Lewis enjoying her passion for darts at the YFS centre at Woodridge.

RIP Picture

It was with considerable sadness that the Logan City Museum learned of the recent passing of one of our past members. Norma Jean Johns passed away peacefully on the 13th June 2017 at the age of 73. Norma was a valued volunteer and member of the Museum and at one stage she capably performed the role of Treasurer of our Society. All the members of the Museum would like to extend our sincere sympathies and commiserations to all the members of Norma’s family.

Norma Johns pictured here when she was a volunteer at the Museum.


Volunteers are a very important part of museums. Volunteers contribute significantly to enhancing the experiences we can offer our visitors.

Museums volunteers help to deliver a fantastic range of exciting and memorable public programs as well as assisting curators and collection staff behind the scenes.

Why volunteer?

People choose to become volunteers for a number of reasons, including:

  • Sharing their talents with museum visitors and staff
  • Gaining experience for a future career in museums or another relevant area
  • Developing new skills
  • Experiencing new things
  • Meeting interesting people

Who volunteers?

Our volunteers come from diverse backgrounds, they include students, retirees, full-time and part-time workers, parents and job seekers.

How to become a volunteer?

Express interest via:

Facebook Messaging –


Via e-mailing the President Logan City Museum David Amiet –


Volunteer Members

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Ashneil is a student atuqld, he is studying a bachelor of science degree and is entering his 3rd year, majoring in Ecology.

For those unsure of what Ecology is, it is the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment. It is an interdisciplinary field that includes biology, geography, and earth science.

The University of Queensland is a research university primarily located in Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane. UQ is one of Australia’s oldest and most selective universities, consistently ranked among the top in global rankings.

Hobbies & Pastimes 

Ashneil likes reading, playing computer games and driving.

He became a volunteer at the museum as he is interested in the history of the local region and thought it would increase his knowledge in this area.

The museum offers a variety of activities and historical learning opportunities that enable one to expand their interests at the same time as helping out the community.

Ashneil was born in New Zealand and moved to Australia with his parents in 2009. Ashneil’s parents were both born in India.


Welcome to Anna Freeman i-love-volunteering

Anna is very interested in local history and as there is no better place to improve one’s local knowledge than by visiting or volunteering at a historical museum, like the  Logan City Historical Society Museum located in the old Kingston Buttery Factory, this is why Anna decided to become a volunteer.

Anna loves reading and amongst her favorites are non-fictional, historical fiction, the 19th Century era, and classical books.

In her spare time, Anna likes to potter around her vegetable garden, knit and do drawings.