In 2009, the Queensland Government passed legislation which established a framework for the responsible collection and management of personal information in the Queensland 'public sector'; certain statutory bodies and government owned corporations. Set as a benchmark to protect information, the Victoria Barracks Historical Society as a not-for profit, is by its own choosing committed to this action.

In accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009 and the Right to Information Act 2009, the Victoria Barracks Historical Society has developed a privacy plan. This plan is reviewed and updated each year and can be accessed at the link below. Other key documents relating to the Society's approach to privacy are also listed below.

We consider it very important that members of the Victoria Barracks Historical Society respect the privacy of other members, staff, visitors and research students, as set out in the Privacy Plan. Breaches of the privacy of others, are likely to result in action to be determined on a case by case basis by the Victoria Barracks Historical Society committee.


-Currently Under Review for 2016-

  • Personal Information Privacy Plan (PDF)
  • Appendix 1 to Privacy Plan (PDF)
  • Privacy and Information Security Statement (PDF)
  • Protecting Member and Volunteer Privacy (PDF)
  • Access/Complaints Procedure (PDF)
  • Privacy Act 2009 and Right to Information Act 2009 Society Training Guide (PDF)