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Aboriginal People

We've listed resources to help you access archives relating to Aboriginal people.

Access Directions

Follow this quick link to the Register of Access Directions - a listing of records that are open or closed to public access under the State Records Act 1998. 

Access to the Records

This covers a variety of topics including information on open and closed periods and where copies of our records are held.


Special files from the Department of Agriculture and records relating to returned WWI servicemen and women who took up an offer of farming land, made possible by Soldier Settlement schemes.


The NSW Anzac Centenary website highlights records from the State archives relating to key events and historical themes associated with NSW and World War I.

Architecture and Design

Records from the Colonial (Government) Architect; photos of public buildings in NSW, hospital buildings records relating to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.

Archives in Brief

The online versions of Archives in Brief have been replaced by Research A-Z.

Archives Resources Kit (ARK)

The ARK is held by 40 community access points across NSW and consists of microfilm copies of our most popular and heavily used colonial records.

Assisted Immigrants

Inmate records for the Infirm and Destitute Asylums and where to find them

Attorneys, Barristers and Solicitors