Our Guide to Genealogical Resources at Charles Sturt University Regional Archives is an excellent place to start your family history research here at the Archives. The Guide provides a list of our more popular resources that are available for research use in our Search Room.
As a community access point for the State Archives and Records Authority of NSW, our Search Room also has the Archives Resources Kit (ARK) freely available to the public.
The ARK contains numerous family history resources, consisting of microfilm and microfiche copies of highly sought after colonial records e.g. Shipping and Immigration Lists, Births, Deaths and Marriage Indexes, and Convict Records.
We also have a number of complementary resources including: regional newspapers, NSW and Victorian Government Gazettes, local Anglican church registers, and a small library of local history books.
For other information relating to family history research in Wagga Wagga, you may like to contact or visit the following:
Thanks to State Archives NSW, the genealogical resource Ancestry is available for public use in our Search Room. Ancestry provides researchers with access to a massive range of historical and genealogical resources from all over the world, including military, court, land, probate, church, and immigration records.
State Archives NSW has been working with Ancestry to make available many of their most popular records to the wider world through Ancestry and there is a considerable quantity now available on Ancestry, including Passenger Lists, Convict Pardons and Tickets of Leave, Muster Rolls, Bounty Immigrant Lists, Naturalisation Certificates, Gaol Entrance Books; Coroner's Inquests and the Sand's Directory.