State Archives & Records NSW manages and provides access to the New South Wales State archives collection of 14 million+ items dating from 1788 to today.
Use Collection Search to search series, items, digital images and online index entries. It offers access to 1.9 million collection items plus 1.7 million online index entries. Do a surname search and then use Tweak my results. For further information see the Using Collection Search Guide. You can also create an account to save searches and tag records.
The Online Indexes can still be searched individually. These cover Aboriginal People; Architecture and Design; Asylums; Attorneys, Barristers and Solicitors; Bankruptcy and Insolvency; Bubonic Plague; Business and Company Records; Census and Musters; Chemists and Pharmacists; Child Care and Protection; Colonial Secretary; Convicts; Courts; Crew; Deaths; Deceased Estates; Divorce; Firefighters; Gaols; Goldmining; Governor; Health; Immigration and Shipping; Indigenous Australians; Inquests; Intestates; Land; Maps and Plans; Medical Practitioners; Military and War; Naturalization and Denization; Norfolk Island; Nurses and Midwives; Police; Probates and Wills; Professions and Occupations; Quarter Sessions; Railways and Railway Workers; Schools; Soldier Settlement; Squatters and Graziers; Surveyor General; Teachers; Tramways and Unemployment. For further information on using this site see the Family History Guide.
A program of free webinars that focuses on the resources of the State archives collection and how to access them. You can join and participate in a live webinar or watch previous webinars whenever you want. See here for details.