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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.

ENJOY.

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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