State Records of South Australia holds more than 90km of records, covering almost every facet of state and local government administration in South Australia. We have digitised some of our most popular records relating to family history, including passenger lists, school admission registers and social welfare. This digitisation work has been undertaken in partnership with FamilySearch, as well as a range of volunteers and community contributors.
Links below point to images hosted on this website, and on the FamilySearch website. Access through FamilySearch will require completion of a free registration. If you do not wish to register you may send us an enquiry to ask for a copying quote.
Selected photographs are also available through State Records' Flickr page. There is no need to register with Flickr to search the images.
More records are being digitised all the time, so please check back here for updates. If you discover any broken links on this page, please send us an enquiry.
|Births, Deaths and Marriages||Boarding Out||Census||Courts||Destitute Asylum|
|Passenger Lists and Ships' Papers||Probate||World War I|
Births, Deaths and Marriages
GRG1/44 Police Reports to the Coroner - City Coroners and successors
Police Reports to the Coroner are listed by file number. To identify the file number refer to Police Reports to the Coroner Special Lists where you can search by year and name.
GRG5 South Australian Police Department
GRG35/320 - Record of land held by soldier settlers - Soldier Settlement Branch, 1917-1931
Passenger Lists and Ships' Papers
The best way to view Passenger Lists is via our Passenger Lists webpage. Otherwise: