Why YOU should join CQFHA...
  • Regular meetings with Guest Speakers & Educational Sessions
  • Beginner's Days
  • Open Days
  • Workshops
  • Fabulous members who are friendly
  • May be researching similar names & places - towns, parishes, states or countries
  • Willing to help others with their expertise, they have 'done that before'
  • Extensive borrowing and Reference Library
  • Plenty of resources to help save you money
  • Local Histories & Records
  • Some records which are unique to our library (you won't get these anywhere else)
  • Lots of information which isn't online
  • Well resourced with books, journals, magazine, CDs, DVDs, microfiche, microfilm, maps, etc
  • Fantastic friendly librarians who can assist you to get started & guide you
Quarterly Journal shared across the world
  • You can put in your families, issues etc
Great Value for money  - really cheap annual fees!


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  • General Meeting Sat 7 Oct at 10amEducation Session: "The Book of Strange New Things" Part 1 - Stranger Things You May Not Know of...Yet..on (FamilySearch) Family Tree. Presented by Chris, with the kind permission of Cathy Pearce Anderegg
    Posted 27 Sep 2018, 14:48 by Chris Wright
  • Open Day Saturday 11th AugustTIME: 9.30am – 4pm  It’s not ALL on the Internet Research AdviceExclusive Local InformationRecords from all over Australia and the World.Extensive Library of Overseas Journals, Book  Mini Information Sessions10am Our Library -Get Acquainted12 noon Our Scrapbooks1 pm School Records2pm Cemeteries/Burials3pm Electoral Rolls  
    Posted 16 Jul 2018, 02:54 by Central-Queensland Family-History
  • General Meeting Sat 7 April 2018 @ 10am Guest Speaker: Ashley Reid from the 'Country Hospital Museum 'in Rockhampton - "Nurses who trained in our local hospitals who served in WWI"
    Posted 6 Apr 2018, 00:50 by Chris Wright
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