We offer a range of copying and digitisation options or you can make your own copies in our Research Centre at no cost.
Before visiting our Research Centre plan your visit to make the most efficient use of your time.
Advice on viewing and using records held by State Records.
Other archival collections may help you to gather the information you seek.
If you wish to access records containing sensitive or personal information, you may need to apply for permission. This might mean an Access Authorisation or Freedom of Information (FOI).
Staff are available to help you identify and order records for viewing in our Research Centre. You may need other options to help with your research.
Crown copyright expires on most government-made works after 50 years, whether published or unpublished.
We offer accessible facilities, a viewing device and digital access services.
Conditions for use of the Research Centre have been designed to protect the collection.
State Records is the government archive and custodian of a large part of South Australia's official documentary heritage.