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FindMyPast has put together a collection of articles to help assist you in building your family tree, written by genealogy experts from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland and the United States.
Learn how to make the most of traditional organisation methods in family history research and how to analyse your findings with this RootsWeb article.
If you are a beginner or a seasoned genealogist, learn about planning your research and setting attainable goals as your genealogy experience grows, with this advice from FamilySearch.
The information in this fact sheet will help you start researching your family history, and provides tips for visits to institutions like the National Archives of Australia, which hold relevant records.
Tips and strategies for researching births, deaths and marriages from the State Library of NSW.
Numerous articles are available on the FamilySearch Wiki to help you get started in family history.
Advice on searching for individuals, with particular emphasis on the NSW State Records and Archives collection. The webpage includes a selection of free research worksheets for download.
The National Library has numerous webinars relating to family history that are invaluable for exploring their collection and developing your research skills.
These easy-to-follow beginner guides from FindMyPast and introductions to tracing your ancestry will help you take the first few steps on your family history journey.
This Gould Genealogy article addresses the question of how to start a family tree, beginning with yourself and working backwards.
This brief guide lists the basic steps in researching Indigenous family history and the institutions in Australia which store information and can help you with this search.