Logan River and District Family History Society Inc.

Our Society is a friendly, non-profit, non-sectarian, non-political organisation that aims to bring together those people who are interested in the study of genealogy, family history and local history and to encourage and to assist members in their research. We also aim to preserve historical records, to maintain a reference and research library and to collect and preserve material relating to the families of the Logan area.

The Society has been operating since 2001, and has grown from a handful of members to the present membership of 63 (and growing). Our expanding research library currently holds over 6,700 items, including numerous stories on local families and places. Our research facilities have also grown through the hard work of members' fundraising efforts, grants and donations.

We are seeking to preserve and bring Logan City history to the people of the Logan area by producing publications on the different historical areas and aspects of the city and by collecting information, stories and photographs about the families and history of the area.

The Society is currently located in the Kingston Butter Factory which is central and easily accessible to most of the city's population. Public transport available at the adjacent Kingston Railway Station and the local bus service allows many of our members and visitors easy and convenient travel. Parking is normally not a problem as there is a large public car park at the Butter Factory.