Welcome to the Society of Australian Genealogists

The SAG has been helping people trace family history for over 80 years. Located in the Sydney CBD, we have a world-class library and manuscript collection, much of which is unique. We run an active programme of lectures, workshops, seminars and tours, have a shop selling books,  charts and software and can give advice on all aspects of genealogy. We look forward to helping you uncover your family's history.

Latest News

  • Have you started on your entry to the Croker Prize for Biography for 2015 yet?  This year's theme is 'My Immigrant's Story' and entries close on 31 May -  details here

     
  • Our AGM is being held on Saturday 16 May at 1.30pm and we're delighted to welcome the new Director of State Records, Geoff Hinchcliffe, to speak at this event.  Find the AGM notice here along with the 2014 Annual Accounts.

     

Manuscript & Image Collection

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PR 6-1247.2 Unidentified portrait of child

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PR 6-1254.2 Unidentified portrait

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PR 5-609 Percy Josephson & Ollie James, Tallong NSW, n.d.

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PR 5-2819 Oxford Hotel

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PR 02-000277 PARTRIDGE & DOG

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PR 05-000033 GEORGE EVANS 1864

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PR 05-000163 WEBB

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PR 05-003326 GEIKIE GRAVE

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PR 05-003735 ALBERT ROACH

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PR 05-006236 FLINN PARRA

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PR 06-000218.4 Unidentified woman Houison Collection

Access our Expertise

rv_meetingResearch Groups

Mix with experts in your particular field of interest with the range of research and computer user groups, which meet regularly at SAG - they might help you over that brick wall..

A problem shared is often a problem solved – let our volunteers, researchers and members help you.