Libraries + archives
- Australian Libraries Gateway
Find any library anywhere in Australia.
- UTAS Library
Guide to the information resources of the University of Tasmania.
- National Library of Australia
Search the greatest collection of material relating to Australia and the Australian people.
- Library of Congress
Essentially the national library of the USA, this is the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world.
- British Library
The national library of the United Kingdom, and the world's largest library in terms of total number of items.
The National Archives of Australia holds the records of the Commonwealth government. State and Territory archives hold the records of government for their respective jurisdiction. Some archive websites allow users to freely search indexes to the material held in that archive such as immigration, convict records, census, court records, hospitals, divorce, land, patents and more.
- National Archives of Australia - with State/Territory offices
- Archives Office of Tasmania
- Northern Territory Archives Service
- Public Record Office Victoria
- Queensland State Archives
- State Records Authority of New South Wales
- State Records of South Australia
- State Records Office of Western Australia
- National Archives UK
The National Archives holds many records which can help you find out about people's lives, deaths and careers. The guides also point to useful records in other archives and organisations, and show which records are available online.
- National Archives of Ireland
The National Archives holds many of the records which are relevant to Irish genealogy and local history.
- National Film and Sound Archive, Australia
A living archive, collecting, preserving and sharing Australias rich audiovisual heritage, including films, television and radio programs, videos, audio tapes, records, compact discs, phonograph cylinders, wire recordings and more.
- Our Digital Island
A project which provide access to Tasmanian websites that have been preserved for posterity.
Free long-term storage of, and access to, Tasmanian electronic documents, otherwise unavailable in paper form.
A National Library free search engine whose content is largely digital, and includes pictures, unpublished manuscripts, books, oral histories, music, videos, research papers, diaries, letters, maps, archived websites and Australian newspapers from 1803 to 1954.