From the symphonic five-manual pipe organ in Brisbane City Hall to the large four-manual instrument in St James' Cathedral, Townsville - the unofficial capital of tropical North Queensland over 1,300 kilometres north, Queensland has a diverse heritage of pipe organs both old and new.  

The state's largest instruments are found in and around Brisbane, including the mighty instrument in the Queensland Performing Arts Centre Concert Hall, built in 1986, and the monumental instrument in St John's Cathedral.  

There are also some substantial pipe organs, as well as many smaller instruments, built by local and overseas builders in regional centres: from the Gold Coast to Gympie, and from Maryborough to Mackay.

To find out more about ANZCO's work in Queensland, please email our Queensland State Manager Andrej Kouznetsov or our Australian National Director Thomas Heywood.