Newtown is an inner west suburb of Sydney, approximately 4 kilometres from the Sydney Central Business District. This site offers a raft of historical information about the Newtown Municipality and access to a wide variety of online and digitised resources…
This page is a portal to information on the history of the City’s places, suburbs, localities and neighbourhoods. Places covered include Bringelly, Cambridge Park, Castlereagh, Colyton, Dunheved, Emu, Emu Ferry, Kingswood, Penrith, Regentville, St Marys, Mulgoa and Werrington.
Click on Library > History Services for access to local history resources.
These extracts, compiled by S and M Grieves, are to Cooma and Monaro district births, deaths and marriages and general information such as hotel licences, land grants and bankruptcy.
The Library > Historical Studies link offers access to an extensive local history collection covering the suburbs of Ashbury, Belfield, Belmore, Beverley Hills, Campsie, Canterbury, Croydon Park, Earlwood, Hurlstone Park, Kingsgrove, Lakemba, Narwee, Punchbowl, Riverwood, Roselands and Wiley Park.
This site, by the Cornish Association of New South Wales, has local history information.
Forbes Family History Group was formed 26 March 1986. The Group has gathered many resources to help with research into the people of Forbes and district, together with the general history of the area.
The GDHS is a small but active society dedicated to preserving the history of the Gerringong district. The boundaries of the area covered range from Mount Pleasant and Omega in the north, to Rose Valley, Willow Vale and Foxground in…
This collection currently covers 1858-1933 and is fully indexed and searchable. There is a free name search and charges apply to view the original images.
This site also includes Moreton Bay cases (1850-1859) and Port Phillip District cases (1841-1847). There are subject and case indexes plus information on how to use this site for family history research. There are also links to other similar sites.