This section lists New South Wales associations from Camden Area to Coffs Harbour District giving details about each one and what resources and publications they offer.
The association was established in 1996 and its aim is to encourage and promote the study of genealogy. Many archives are accessible in their Library, which incorporate Genealogies, Pioneer Registers and Cemetery Transcripts.
Numerous publications are sold by the society, including:
The organisation was founded in 1957. Many resources are accessible in the museum, which include:
Books are also available in the small reference library.
Numerous publications are sold at the Museum, which incorporate:
Numerous resources are accessible in their Research Room, including:
A list of Members Interests and Members' Convicts 1788-1850 are also available. Short biographies of some pioneers buried at Botany Pioneer Memorial Park can also be accessed.
Publications sold by the society incorporate:
The association was founded in 1981. Many resources can be accessed in their Research Centre, which include:
Full information regarding their resources is accessible, including the Library Catalogue and their CD collection.
Many documents relate to England and Wales. You can order FamilySearch films at the Research Centre.
Special Interest Groups are available, which include a Writers Group, Irish Interests Group and an iPad Users Group.
Details of Members Interests are also accessible.Website:
The area covered by the association covers Red Rock in the north, south to Urunga and inland covering Deer Vale, Tyringham and Dundarrabin. Many records are available in their Research Centre.
Their site contains details of their extensive list of resources, some of which relate to England and Wales, which can be accessed at the Research Centre, located at 169 Rose Avenue, Coffs Harbour. Their journal, 'Genie Allergy', is published quarterly.Website: