The Genealogical Society of Queensland conducts a program of events including classes, seminars, workshops and education sessions each year to provide our members and visitors with a wide variety of information on family history topics.

Our Branch and Special Interest Groups also hold meetings. Members of GSQ are welcome to attend.

Download the calendar of events for July to December 2020 so that you never miss a GSQ event!

Annual General Meeting

All current financial members of GSQ are entitled to attend the Annual General Meeting.


Convict Connections group – 2nd Sunday

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole St, Wishart

The Convict Connections Special Interest Group aims to provide a specialist forum for members with a particular interest in convicts and our colonial heritage, to share and exchange information, achieve a wider knowledge of our colonial beginnings and foster a Continue reading →

Wednesday night @ GSQ

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole St, Wishart

For members only with a gold coin contribution.

New Zealand Research

Have you come across Ancestors who went to New Zealand, but not sure how to find out more about them? New Zealand has been the First in the World for many Global Events - did you know that in 1893 Continue reading →

$25 – $40

Writing group – 3rd Sunday

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole St, Wishart

The aim of the Writing Special Interest Group is to provide a forum in which members can learn more about the writing, editing, and publishing processes. Each meeting will include discussions and presentations. Guest speakers will be invited from time Continue reading →

Management Committee Meeting – 3rd Mondays

Genealogical Society of QLD 25 Stackpole St, Wishart

If GSQ members have items they wish to submit for the Management Committee agenda, please contact the GSQ Secretary:

Annual Seminar: Irish Ancestry

No matter where you are in the world then this is the Irish seminar for you!   Did you know that around 30% of Australians and Americans have Irish heritage? Have you been told that most Irish records were destroyed Continue reading →

$2.00 – $75