The society opened to the public on the 11th January 2022. The rooms are now open every Tuesday and Wednesday from 1pm to 4pm, while on Saturday they will be open from 10am to 1pm. Please come and visit us, and check out the huge volume of resources that are available to users.
Saturday 18th December 2021 will be the last opportunity for you to visit the Dubbo Family History rooms this year!!
The rooms will only be closed for a short time over the Christmas/New Year period, with the re-opening date being Tuesday, 11th January 2022 at 1pm.
Make a new year resolution to get in there and tackle your family history research in 2022. Individual membership is only $40 plus an initial joining fee of $10. You can download the membership form and pay on line, just check for information on the website.
All the best to everyone for a safe and joyful Christmas and New Year.
We are happy to announce that we are able to open Dubbo Family History Rooms to members and the public from Thursday 2nd December until Saturday 18th December. Normal opening hours of 1-4pm on Tuesday and Thursday and 10am-1pm on Saturdays will apply. Covid19 rules will be in place. Take this opportunity to come in and read through some of the many journals we receive, or catch up with online research.
Have you ordered a copy of our new publication “Remarkable Women of the Central West”?
Unfortunately, because we are unable to access our library during the lockdown , we cannot send your purchase out. We will get them out to you as soon as possible, depending on the lockdown.
Unfortunately Dubbo & District Family History has to advise that our rooms will not re-open until after the end of lockdown in the Dubbo LGA . Please watch our face book page and this website for updates on a re-opening date. Keep safe and keep up your Family History research. Don’t forget if you are a member of Dubbo Regional Library, you have access to Ancestry through your membership. A great way to continue research and find out interesting things about your family and town.
Covid as given the committee the opportunity to rationalize the books on the shelves in our rooms. Following are a few publications which are now second-hand and available for purchase. Some of the titles are shown, but there are many more books available in our rooms:
North Coast Women: a history to 1939. $10+$5.50postage
Family History made easy: how to trace your family tree and find relatives in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. $10+$5.50p
Mathews Family History 1825-1985. $5+$2.20p
Wingadee: a great Australian station. $8+$5.50p
Family History through family photos, research guide no.3 $4+$2.20p