Local Studies Resources
Family History History of Hurstville Hurstville City Timeline History of Hurstville City Library, Museum & Gallery
History of Hurstville Oval History of Hurstville Municipal Council History of Local Suburbs Johnny Warren Sporting Centre The St. Clair Recording Studio
Local History Research Local History Walks Local Studies Photo Catalogue Past Mayors Visits and Talks
Local Studies Assistance
Local studies staff will be available to assist with local and family history research please enquire at the Information Desk.
The Local Studies Collection contains material detailing aspects of the community of the Hurstville City area, including books, photographs, maps, information files and pioneers indexes to birth, deaths and marriages on CD-ROM.
The Archives Collection contains the corporate memory of Hurstville City Council. The Council was incorporated in 1887 and records originating from that time are kept at Hurstville City Library. More than 100 archival series of records have been identified including Minutes of Council and Rates; Valuation Lists books which date from 1895.
Both series are available for public access.
For assistance please contact Local Studies Officer Julie Fitzsimons on:
9330 6126 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org