Liverpool Regional Family History Centre
The Liverpool Regional Family History Centre is a service provided by Liverpool City Council. The Centre provides a friendly point of contact for researchers who are interested in family history. It offers a wide range of facilities to support the study of genealogy and makes available the many resources necessary to both encourage and promote awareness of the value and importance of our documentary heritage.
The Centre is also home to the Liverpool Genealogy Society Inc. who together with Council has a mutual interest in preserving, promoting and providing access to a wide range of family history resources. Members of the Liverpool Genealogy Society are always available to provide assistance and encouragement to both new and old researchers alike.
Liverpool City Council provides free access to a wide range of databases to assist researchers in the quest to find their ancestors.
The Centre is situated within the Liverpool Regional Museum on the corner of the Hume Highway and Congressional Drive, Liverpool and is open 10am to 1pm and 2pm to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday.
Getting to the Liverpool Regional Family History Centre
Walking from the Liverpool Railway Station
It takes about 20 minutes. Turn left onto Bigge St., walk past Scott St and continue onto Pirie St. Turn left onto Terminus Street and walk for about 500m. Turn slight left onto the Hume Hwy, turn left and keep walking for about 650m until you reach the Museum on the left.
Bus from Liverpool Railway Station
Busabout and Interline Bus have regular services to the Museum at Stand 2 & 10 at the station. Alight from the bus at Hume Hwy near Rose St. Walk 152m to Liverpool Regional Museum.
Getting there by car
The Museum is located about 35km SW of Sydney and 1km south of the Liverpool City Centre on the Hume Hwy. The car park entrance is in Congressional Drive; there is ample free parking provided.
Disabled access and facilities are available.