Baseball Queensland is seeking expressions of interest from individuals who are passionate about preserving and promoting the heritage of baseball in Queensland to join its Heritage Advisory Council.

As a member of the Heritage Advisory Council, you will play a key role in identifying, preserving, and promoting the rich history of baseball in Queensland. Your expertise and passion will be used to advise Baseball Queensland on matters relating to the sport’s heritage, including the preservation of historical artifacts and sites, the organisation of events and exhibitions, election to the Hall of Fame and the promotion of the sport’s heritage to the wider community.

To be eligible for this role, you should have a strong interest in baseball and its history in Queensland. You should also have experience or knowledge in one or more of the following areas:

– Historical research
– Heritage preservation
– Event management
– Marketing and promotion
– Experience in Queensland baseball spanning multiple “Eras” as defined in the Heritage Advisory Council Charter.

For further information, please refer to the Charter of the BQ Heritage Advisory Council and click here for the BQ Committee Structure.

If you are interested in joining the Heritage Advisory Council, please submit a brief expression of interest outlining your experience, knowledge, and passion for baseball and its heritage in Queensland. Please also include your contact details and a current resume.

Download and complete the Advisory Council Skills Matrix

Expressions of interest should be submitted via email to by 13 June 2023. Applicants are encouraged to complete and return the linked Skills Matrix document with their submission. Successful applicants will be notified in writing and announced on the Baseball Queensland website.

Thank you for your interest in preserving the heritage of baseball in Queensland. We look forward to hearing from you.


Please note: Submission of the Skills Matrix is not compulsory. If you feel you could contribute to this Advisory Panel but find it difficult to complete the skills matrix, please continue with your application. Simply include in your expression of interest a brief explanation of why you want to be involved in the Advisory Panel in place of the completed skills matrix.