What is Trove?

What is Trove?

Have you heard of Trove? Trove is a collaboration between the National Library of Australia and hundreds of Partner organisations around Australia. It is a single point entry to a treasure trove of artefacts, curiosities and stories from Australia’s cultural, community and research institutions. These include libraries, museums, galleries, the media, government and community organisations and more. On Trove you can find more than 6 billion digital items on any topic.  You can search thousands of digitised newspapers using key words search or explore by title, place, and date. Start searching Trove here.

Trove welcomes feedback which is used to improve their services. Click here to access the contact page that asks for feedback, as well as offering technical support and research assistance. Also, don’t forget to give them some positive feedback about this great resource.

Latest news and events

AFFHO Congress on Norfolk Island

August 30th, 2022
Dr Lee Butterworth, Research Fellow at HGRC, delivered a talk on the forthcoming Harry Gentle Resource Centre Dictionary of Biography at the recent Australasian Federation of Family History Associations (AFFHO) Congress 2022, held on Norfolk Island in August. Great interest was shown in the ‘Dictionary’, with a number of attendees volunteering to share their family […] Read more

Sands of Time Local & Family History Conference

August 18th, 2022
History Redcliffe is partnering with History Queensland to host the 4th Queensland State, Local and Family History Conference at the Redcliffe Dolphins Leagues Club on Friday 21 October to Sunday 23 October. Guest speakers include Jennifer Harrison, Shauna Hicks and Michelle Patient. The conference will feature a wide variety of interesting speakers and topics, DNA […] Read more

Vale Rod Pratt

July 4th, 2022
It is with great sadness that the HGRC team learnt of the sudden passing of our past visiting fellow, Rod Pratt, on Thursday 23 June 2022. Rod was a visiting fellow with the Centre from July 2020 to October 2021. He was extremely generous in sharing with the HGRC his research of over 30 years into […] Read more

QSA Talks: ‘Woollen threads’

June 7th, 2022
Join HGRC Visiting Fellow Janis Hanley at the Queensland State Archives on Thursday 16 June at 12.00pm for a presentation titled ‘Woollen Threads’ exploring the heritage of the woollen textile industry in Ipswich from the 1850s to the 1870s. Register to attend this free talk in person at the QSA premises at Runcorn or via […] Read more

Moreton Bay History Seminar

April 15th, 2022
This year’s Moreton Bay History Seminar, organised by Moreton Bay Regional Council, explores the discovery, preservation and importance of history in the Moreton Bay region. The all-day event at Morayfield on Thursday 19 May includes presentations by respected guest speakers and stalls from the region’s historical groups and societies. Speakers include Dr Ray Kerkhove, Dr […] Read more