ABOUT KINGSTON BUTTER FACTORY CULTURAL PRECINCT

This iconic 14-hectare site in Kingston is set to become an iconic arts, cultural and entertainment precinct for the City of Logan. The Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct Redevelopment Project involves reimagining the historic butter factory building to incorporate a new blackbox-style theatre and rehearsal space, as well as a living museum to celebrate the stories of our people, including our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The precinct will also feature the city’s largest outdoor events space, integrated into the natural parkland setting and able to host major festivals, concerts, markets and community celebrations. Designs for all elements have now been finalised and construction is expected to start in late April 2020.

Kingston Butter Factory’s rich and proud history

A RICH AND PROUD HISTORY

The area now referred to as the City of Logan was originally inhabited by Aboriginal people who led self-sufficient and harmonious lives.

Kingston Butter Factory’s rich and proud history

A NEW HOME FOR FORMER TENANTS

The Logan City Historical Society Museum and the Arts and Craft Co-op have temporarily relocated to another Council-owned facility at 28 Wilbur St, Logan Central (next to the Logan Central Library).

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