State Library of Queensland’s (SLQ) operational plan includes a commitment to co-create Queensland’s memory by collaborating with people and organisations to develop, collect, share, and create Queensland stories for current and future generations.
To achieve this, the Conservation Unit at SLQ assists staff and the public to ensure the longevity of Queensland’s documentary heritage. These collections can be distributed through agencies, interest groups and people’s personal treasures at home.
For more information and advice on how to care for your collections, contact us:
Use our online form and we will respond via email.
Make an appointment with our staff. We will contact you by phone.
If you require detailed advice, you can book to attend one of our free bi-monthly conservation clinics. See What’s On and search Events box for Conservation Clinic.
SLQ phone staff will take your contact details and a member of the Conservation team will contact you in due course.
07 3840 7810
Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm
PO Box 3488
South Brisbane QLD 4101
Workshops and talks
Our Conservation staff can also present workshops and talks for regional and local organisations. If you are interested, please complete an online enquiry form.
Each request is assessed on a case-by-case basis and is subject to organisational priorities.
If you need to contact a conservator in private practice to carry out conservation and restoration treatments on your collection material, you can find them through the AICCM - Australian Institute for Conservation of Cultural Material.
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