This site aims to make the local and family history on the rich and diverse Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia available to everyone free of charge. The site can be keyword searched and is organised in the following categories books, cemeteries, maps, military (war memorials, WW1 soldiers), miners death register, miscellaneous, people (electoral roll, employment, marriages, postal directory, school admissions, social lodge records, war service) and place index. There is also an Outback Family History Blog.
Cemeteries include Anaconda, Bardoc, Black Flag, Black Range (Nunngarra), Bonnievale, Boulder, Broad Arrow, Bullfinch, Bulong, Burtville, Comet Vale, Cue, Davyhurst, Diorite King, Diorite King Lonely Graves, Edjudina, Eucalyptus Lonely Graves, Field's Find, Goongarrie, Horsemans or Horsemen Gully, Kalgoorlie, Kambalda Redhill, Kanowna, King of the Hills, Kookynie, Kurnalpi, Lake Darlot/Woodarra, Laverton, Leonora, Linden, Lonely Graves, Lonely Graves Near Coolgardie, Lonely Graves near Field's Find, Malcolm, Marvel Lock, Meekatharra, Menzies, Moorine Rock, Mount Ida, Mount Jackson Graves, Mount Magnet, Mount Malcolm, Mount Morgans, Mount Palmer Graves, Nanine, Niagara, Norseman Lonely Graves, Old Boulder, Old Cue, Ora Banda, Paddington, Parkers Range Burials, Peak Hill, Reen's Soak Graves, Sandstone, Tampa Burials, The Island (Lake Austin), Ullaring Graves, Waverley, Wiluna, Woolgangie Graves, Yerilla, Yilgarn Lonely Graves and Youanmi. New