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  1. Use RecordSearch to find the digitised service records of Australian men and women who served in World War One plus passenger lists, naturalisation records and more.
  2. This site displays newly digitised material from the National Archives of Australia. It also allows printing of older digital material (such as WWI documents) as one document instead of having to print page by page. To do this, go to the digital copy on the National Archives website (, copy the barcode of the required document, and paste into this site under Barcode retrieval.
    Tags: by family_history (24 Nov 2014)
  3. This database includes information submitted by the public on the earliest members of their family to have lived in Australia and was begun in 2001 to mark the centenary of Federation. The site is no longer live and has been archived by the National Library as part of its Pandora archive.
  4. Tasmanian State Library, Tasmanian Archives and Heritage Services. Check out family history collections, guides and digitised resources.
  5. Directory of Australian archives. You can also search collections and some material has been digitised.
    Tags: by family_history (24 Aug 2011)
  6. View photographs, maps, objects and artworks held at various archives, libraries and museums around Australia including State Libraries, the Australian War Memorial, the National Trust etc. Search under keyword for people, places, ships and more. Also included in the database are Flickr images submitted by the public.
  7. Information on researching your family history from the National Archives of Australia.

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