Arts + CultureApril 18, 2024 / 2 minute read

KBF entertainment venue wins award for accessibility

The Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) Cultural Precinct has once again claimed the ‘Accessible Venue of the Year’ title at last night’s 2024 Queensland Music Awards.

The City of Logan’s largest entertainment venue – now a 2-time winner of the prize – includes a ground-floor theatre, an outdoor stage, a museum and a community-focussed art gallery.

The KBF Cultural Precinct is now on the ‘must-do’ list for entertainment buffs and families, thanks to its wide range of offerings which include concerts, shows, markets and special occasions.

Locals and beyond can look forward to performances at the KBF Cultural Precinct by the likes of country star Briana Dinsdale (pictured above) and more – check out who is performing at the KBF Cultural Precinct by heading over to the Our Logan What’s On page for upcoming events in Logan.

The KBF Cultural Precinct’s accessibility features include:

  • A Hush Room (a soundproof area) with direct viewing to the indoor Butterbox Theatre. This space caters to patrons with small children, or sensory needs.
  • A Changing Places facility on the ground floor which includes larger-than-standard toilets, an adult-sized changing table, a ceiling hoist, a peninsular toilet, a privacy screen and additional circulation space for wheelchairs.
  • Disability parking and flat access to and around the Precinct.
  • A ramp to and from the adjacent Kingston Railway Station.
  • Inclusive venue information provided online via the Cérge platform, which acts a ‘digital concierge’: app/inclusivevenue/Kingston-Butter-Factory-Cultural-Precinct

Accessible programming is also regularly featured at the KBF Cultural Precinct.

A theatrical workshop series for neurodivergent artists, or those living with a disability, commenced its second season at the venue this week.

The fACTory series runs until Tuesday, June 18. More information is available at:

Local musical talent was also lauded at last night’s awards, with Samoan artist Taitu’uga, who grew up in the City of Logan, claiming the ‘World’ award for his song Falealili Manusamoa.

Visit the 2024 Queensland Music Awards website for more information.

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