History Talk: Uncovering the secrets of Witton Barracks
12 Jul 05:30 PM
Until 12 Jul, 07:00 PM 1h 30m

History Talk: Uncovering the secrets of Witton Barracks

Witton Barracks 9 Lambert Road, Indooroopilly QLD 4068

Have you ever wondered why it’s called Witton Barracks? Or if the site has always been in public ownership? Or what went on during the 1939-45 War that warranted the high fences and ‘need to know’ secrecy?

Join us for a free history talk on 12 July to uncover the answers to these questions and more.

Our presenter Andrew Darbyshire is a volunteer at the Brisbane History Group Research Library which has recently been relocated to the Barracks.

The talk will last around an hour and will be followed by a tour of the historic brick cells.

Drinks and nibbles will be provided.

Please note that spaces are limited and registration is essential. Don’t miss out – reserve your spot today.

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Our meticulously restored WWII cell blocks offer intimate office and creation spaces available for short and long-term rental. 
They are perfect for social enterprise start-ups, small businesses or creatives who need an independent studio or workspace

aerial view of the whole site