Australian Capital Territory Archives and Libraries

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== References  ==
 
== References  ==

Revision as of 13:26, 2 August 2013

Australia Gotoarrow.png Australian Capital Territory, Australia Gotoarrow.png Archives and Libraries

The Australian Capital Territory is home to a number of libraries and archival collections. As the site of the national capital, it hosts collections of national significance including specialist collections. The two universities have research and teaching libraries and institutional and specialist archives. The Parliament and public service have collections although these may have restricted access. The ACT Public Library and other community libraries have holdings of interest to family and local historians.

National Public Collections

National Archives of Australia

The National Office of the National Archives of Australia (NAA) is located in Parkes, ACT. The NAA is the official repository for the Commonwealth Government including the personal papers of Commonwealth officeholders and senior employees. It holds significant records of interest to family historians including military, immigration and naturalisation files. It also offers advice about conserving your personal archives.

Street address Queen Victoria Terrace, Parkes, ACT
Postal address PO Box 7425, Canberra Mail Centre, ACT 2610
Phone +61 (02) 6212 3600
Fax +61 (02) 6212 3699
Email archives@naa.gov.au
Website http://www.naa.gov.au

If you are unable to visit Canberra to use the reading room, you may be able to request copying or use a professional researcher.

Access Reader's Ticket
A closed period of 30 years applies to most records. Not required to browse collection, but issued to all researchers who wish to request material.



References