Anyone can go to the Queensland Archives and view the wills that are available there. Many of the older ones have been scanned onto microfilm - you can print from the films for $1 a page or download to a memory stick at no charge.
For paper wills you have to pay to get the pages required copied - I'm not sure if you can photograph same - tis probably explained in the online information.
From the online help your 1882 will is on microfilm
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