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Australian Family History eHub Annual Subscription


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An annual subscription to the Australian Family History eHub offers these great benefits:

  • Access to the Australian Family History Research Portal with information on over 3,800 record and datasets with links to over 9,000 online records and databases
  • Access to the Archive Directory detailing over 460 publicly accessible archives in Australia including lesser-known repositories and their terms and conditions of access.  
  • Exclusive content and databases reserved for subscriber’s only
  • Access to research guides, how-to guides, events calendars, and other resources
  • Access to the Member’s Research Interests forum
  • 10% Discount Shop Wide

The Australian Family History eHub is a one-of-a-kind online reference centre that puts Australian family history information at your fingertips. Sign up for an annual subscription and become a member today.


Once you’ve joined the Australian Family History eHub you will be emailed your login details and password.  Use the Sign-In link at the top of the website to log in and access the entire resources in the Family History eHub.

Whenever you’re logged in, all locked content will automatically be unlocked for you to view in its entirety. If you’re not logged in, you’ll be prompted to join or sign in before you can access all content.


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Our Aim

Remembering the Past Australia’s aim is to unlock the invaluable knowledge of our country’s rich record collections and to build a resource to drive well-informed family and social history research in Australia.

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