We understand that researching your family history is a rewarding yet challenging process. That is why we aim to make it as easy as possible to get the information you need. There are so many ways in which findmypast Australasia will help you get the most out of your research.
With over 135 million historical Australian and New Zealand records you are sure to discover some invaluable information about your past on findmypast.com.au. Here's a brief list of some of our key records and how you'll benefit from using them:
Discovering this information paints a vivid picture of your past. Learning about the choices your ancestors made can give you a sense of how you came to be the person you are today.
Our World Collection contains over a billion records from Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the United States. This huge collection of wonderful records will greatly enhance family history research.
Watch this video for some insight into what our valued customers and respected genealogists have to say about findmypast.com.au.
These great records are available now but are just the beginning of the story. Over the coming months we’ll be increasing the number of records we have available, providing you with so much information to aid your family history search. We will also be adding exciting new tools to help you grow your family story further and make your search more enjoyable. We look forward to helping you make a fantastic voyage of discovery. Find out more about the huge amount of fantastic records on their way.
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"Today I used findmypast.com.au for the first time and found it extremely useful. The family I am trying to trace came to Australia in 1955 and 1957. They are sisters and travelled to Australia two years apart. Until today I had only managed to find one sister and her husband, and the other sister and the two children on a passenger manifest. Today through your site I located them all on the census of 1959 living 2 doors away from each other. I even managed to find the missing husband of one of the sisters."
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