Victorian Community History Awards 2015
Research your Historic Home with PROV
Battle to Farm
Seeing the Land from an Aboriginal Canoe
Public Record Office Victoria holds a vast array of records created by Victorian Government departments and authorities including the State’s courts, local councils, schools, public hospitals and other public offices.
The records date from the establishment of the Port Phillip District in the mid 1830s right through to today and include information relating to areas of activity managed or regulated by government such as the administration of justice, immigration, health and welfare, land, education, Indigenous communities, planning, transport, and resource management.
August is Family History Month, a time for celebrating and discovering more about family history. There are a number of events in Bendigo and Ballarat throughout August, all designed to help new archival researchers navigate the collections and start delving deeper into their family history. Bendigo The Bendigo Regional Archives Centre will host three events in […]Read More
New records transferred to our collection provide a glimpse into the lives of Dandenong and surrounding residents during The Depression. There are three different series, consisting of applications for sustenance administered by the shires of Cranbourne, Berwick and Dandenong in pursuance of the provisions of the Unemployment Relief (Administration) Act 1932. The files contain Applications for […]Read More
The Bendigo Regional Archives Centre holds a treasure trove of regional history amongst its Bendigo Council Plans and Maps collection. Here, archives officer Dr. Michele Matthews takes us through some of her favourite items from the collection: Bendigo Council Plans and Maps The Bendigo Council’s Plans and Maps collection is very extensive, covering a wide variety […]Read More