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The Queensland State Archives is the custodian of the largest and most significant documentary heritage collection in Queensland, Australia, and the lead agency for public recordkeeping.

Established in 1959, Queensland State Archives promotes the implementation of appropriate recordkeeping principles and practices across public authorities and regulates the retention and disposal of public records.

Queensland State Archives develops recordkeeping policy and provides advice to public authorities on the management of public records and facilitates access to information about government for the people of Queensland.

Under sections 24 and 25 of the Public Records Act 2002, Queensland State Archives has a range of functions and powers.

The website is [1] and the Wikipedia page is [2].