Enrichingg family history!
Andrew Redfern
7 Oct | With Andrew Redfern | Virtually via Zoom
Managing Frugally: an alphabet of tips and tools for family historians
Annual General Meeting
28 October | at 10:00 AM | at GSQ Resource Centre, Wishart
The Australian Joint Copying Project in Trove
11 Nov | With Carmel Galvin | Virtually via ZOOM
Wring that Document Dry: getting the most from your research documents
25 Nov | With Helen V. Smith | Virtually via ZOOM
Constructing a Digital Convict Memorial
2 Dec | With Hamish Maxwell-Stewart | Virtually via ZOOM
DIDyouknow (900 × 500 px)
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Our wide-ranging programme of classes, seminars, education sessions and hands on workshops are open to anyone interested in family history. Check out the Events calendar to see what's happening the world of family history. Book an event today!

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Become a member today to get full access to GSQ’s library and its unique records with more being added on a regular basis. Receive discounts for lectures, events and publications as well as member-only access to numerous indexes and online material.

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GSQ has a wide range of family history and genealogical publications for sale including ebooks for immediate download. Through the shop, you can join GSQ, book events and order research services, and one-on-one consultations.

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The GSQ Library contains thousands of resources, unique records and publications. The library is updated on a regular basis and is a valuable source of information, especially for those records which are not yet online. Search the catalogue to find your relatives!

Library Catalogue


MyGSQ is a dedicated site containing unique records and is only available to GSQ members.  Log into MyGSQ through the GSQ Login/Logout and you can search the unique record collections such as the index to pedigree charts and funeral director's records. You can also view other members' interest areas.


Resource Centre

The GSQ Resource Centre provides members and visitors with access to a number of computer-based paid sites such as Ancestry and Find My Past. The Centre also holds published reference material and special collections covering Australia and other countries.

Resource Centre

Support GSQ

GSQ relies on volunteers and other supporters to provide the best services it can for members and visitors. Without dedicated supporters, GSQ would not continue to exist.  Become a Volunteer or help support to GSQ in other ways.

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Opening Hours and Getting to GSQ

Find out about GSQ’s regular opening hours, planned closures and transport options. How to get to GSQ by public transport or car.
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Hours and Getting to GSQ


Published monthly, eNews is the best way to stay up to date with what is happening in the world of family history and at GSQ. You can read past eNews and you don’t have to be a member to receive eNews so sign up today!


GSQ Blog 

Read the latest articles on the Blog to see what's happening in the world of family history. You can also view the images in the GSQ gallery and perhaps share your photos.

GSQ Blog

The Society regularly sends emails to all members.
We recommend that you add the email addresses info@gsq.org.au and president@gsq.org.au to your email contacts list
so that our emails do not land in your junk mail box.