This section lists the countrywide associations from the Australian Association of Genealogists and Record Agents to the Federation of Societies. It then lists the Heraldry and Genealogy Society of Canberra.
It also lists societies in New South Wales from Armidale to Berrima District, giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was founded in 1977. Their aim is to compile a list of genealogists and record agents.
They then pass this information to people who want to have genealogical research undertaken professionally.
AAGRA members carry out research in many parts of the World, such as British Isles, but specialise in the States and Territories in Australia, including:
It also covers all regions of New Zealand.Website:
The association was founded in 1978 to assist and coordinate the work of associations in Australia and New Zealand.Website:
The Heraldry and Genealogy Society of Canberra was established in 1964. It now has approximately 1060 members, including some from districts outside the Australian Capital Territory such as Yass, Murrumbateman, Bungendore and Queanbeyan.
The society has a library where a number of documents are available, which include:
For further information regarding documents held at the library, please visit the association's website, where it is possible to search their on-line catalogue.
The Group was founded in 1985 and has over 200 members. They have a comprehensive library and research centre.Website:
The society was established in 1985 and aims to help others to make progress with their research. They have an extensive range of resources which include microfiche, microfilm, CD-ROMs, journals and books.
Their resources also include:
These resources do not just relate to New South Wales, but to other states in Australia and further afield, such as England and Wales.
They also have a list of Members Interests.Website:
The Society was founded in 1960. It has a comprehensive image library, which contains over 8000 images of people and places that relate to their area and beyond. They also have an extensive list of resources that can be accessed at their library.Website: