70 Million Australian Records Free to Search for Four Days

FMP - Free Australian Records

If you’re trying to trace your family in Australia, now’s a great time to do so, as Findmypast are giving you four days of FREE ACCESS to all 70 million Australian records.

If you’re not sure of the type of records they have, here’s an overview: BDM records, Biographical records, Cemetery records, Census records, Convict and criminal records, Directories, Electoral rolls, Gold rush records, Government and Police gazettes, Hospital records, Land records, Local histories, Military records, Monumental inscriptions, Occupational records, Passenger lists, Pioneer records, Religious records, Telephone books. But click here for the full listing of individual record sets.

The free access to Findmypast’s Australian records lasts from 00.01 (AEDT) on 26th August 2016 until 23:59 (AEDT) on 29th August 2016. To access records, you will need to be registered and signed in to the site.

Happy researching.



5 thoughts on “70 Million Australian Records Free to Search for Four Days

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  2. Elaine Martin says:

    I am searching for Helen Clarke (Denehen) came to Australia from Galbally Ireland with my Grandmother Margaret Cunningham (Denehen) in 1888 to Mackay north Qld. Any of her decendants

  3. Michele HATCHMAN says:

    I am searching for a birth record for Henry HATCHMAN, born c1821 to 1823, London, Middlesex, England, Parents Robert HATCHMAN & Annie, Henry came out to NSW not long after birth, no shipping record can be found on him.

  4. Porter Family

  5. looking for Elizabeth green nee bannon or any of her family.

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