Useful Links


Family History South Australia - free online immigration & vital records by Barry Leadbeater


South Australia Passenger Lists 1836-1851 - Pioneers and settlers bound for SA presented by Diane Cummings


Genealogy SA - leading resource for South Australian family history information


History SA - a statutory authority which researches, presents, collects and preserves the history of South Australia. 


Bound for South Australia - a digital re-enactment of the journey made by the nine ships that came to South Australia in 1836.


History Council of South Australia - the peak body providing a representative voice on historical issues and working to celebrate and raise the profile of history in South Australia.


Kangaroo Island Pioneers Association


The First 8 Ships by KIPA’s David Wilson


Who Were the 1836ers
South Australia's
History Festival
14 May 2018 


State Records of South Australia


State Library of South Australia


TROVE [National Library of Australia] - Australian and online resources: books, images, historic newspapers, maps,music, archives and more.


Australian Dictionory of Biography

Biography Home Page

Flinders Rangew Research 


John McDouall Stuart Society


Australian Society of the
Lacemakers of Calais. 


Burra History Group


Australia's Community Heritage - a website to encourage the collection and sharing of information, stories and anecdotes related to people, places and events that have contributed to Australia’s heritage.


Burnside Historical Society



Clare Regional History Group



Macclesfield history Group



Prospect Local History Group



Salisbury & District Historical Society

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

 Mount Horrocks

Mount Horrocks Historical Society

Mount Horrocks  Facebook
Mount Horrocks Website


Fleurieu Peninsula Family History Group

Fleurieu Peninsula Family History Group

The Historical Society of SA


SA History Groups



Click on the link above

for links to SA Community History Groups
on the History Trust of SA's Community History site