To mark 100 years since the official naming of Anzac Day, Ancestry.com.au is providing free access to all of its Australian and New Zealand military records – including a new WWII collection.
This Easter long weekend, Ancestry, is encouraging Aussies to discover their ancestors, by making over 47 million immigration records across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom free to access, from 12:01am Thursday 24 March until 11:59pm AEDT Monday 28 March 2016.
15 million records from all states¹ starting from 1788 through to 1985² now online reveal new insights into Australian history: The records of those who were born, married or died in Australia from 1788 through to 1985 have been assembled into one fully searchable database – The Australian Birth, Marriage and Death Indexes – and […]
The National Archives of Australia has announced the release of Keeping Family Treasures, an illustrated guide on how to look after precious family heirlooms in the home. Using the family treasures of famous and lesser-known Australians, National Archives conservators provide helpful preservation advice on caring for family keepsakes. Contributors to the guide include cookery writer […]
MyHeritage.com is a social network for families with a focus on genealogy. It’s a platform which you and your family can make a ‘home’ online; sharing a family tree, photos, video material, memories and family stories. The site allows you to invite and keep in touch with family members through its message system and family […]