Welcome to Archival Access Victoria, your link to the millions of records available at the Public Record Office of Victoria.
I can access the records you're after, and although I can't give you the original, you can the next best thing - a high-resolution digital image of the document.
Here is what I can do for you:
The Public Records Office of Victoria holds a wide variety of records created by the Victorian Government dating back to 1830s.
The records contained in the archives include inquests, will and probate documents, court records, school records, asylum records as well as records relating to all facets of land ownership in the Colony of Victoria.
I offer different levels of research, from a very basic family tree to in-depth research involving not only records held by the PROV but also the State Library of Victoria and Victorian Births, Deaths & Marriages.
If you're interested in discovering a little, or a lot, about your family - I can help!
Being from a country town, I understand that Victoria is a big place, and not everyone has the luxury of being able to pop on down to the Archives at a moment's notice. That's where I come in - I do the leg work for you.
I can digitise any record available for viewing at the PROV. Even if you don't know if the item exists, I can find out for you, and provide you with high-resolution digital images of the document.
Presentations & Workshops
Would you like me to present to your society or group about what Archival Access can do for you? I can conduct an interactive presentation via ZOOM with examples of records I've digitised. Learn all the tips and tricks from the comfort of your own home!
For more information, please get in contact.