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Welcome to the web page of the Deniliquin Genealogy Society Inc.

We are closed for Christmas and will re-open on Friday Mornings 10.30am to 1pm 27th January 2023

In the interim we will help with research through our email address Fees will apply

We have a large collection of records for the Deniliquin area, including records for all Australian states and many overseas countries.

Formerly known as the Deniliquin Family History Group, our name was changed to the Deniliquin Genealogy Society Inc. in October 2005

About Us:
             The Society is situated at the Edward River library located in 55 Napier Street Deniliquin.

General Inquiries:
             General Inquiries can be made by emailing the address above or by mail to P.O. Box 144 Deniliquin NSW 2710.

To Join the Society:
             Membership fees are $5 Joining Fee and $25 annual fee, Students, Seniors and Pensioners half price. Contact the society for further details.

Opening Times:
             Our rooms are open every Friday 10am - 1 pm and other times by appointment. To avoid disapointment please contact the Society in case changes to these times have been made.

Please note:
             We are not open on Public Holidays or from the 3rd Friday in December until the 3rd Friday in January. Appointments are possible during this time if the library is open.

             For questions in regard to family history research please write or email using the research form link below. This service costs $30 for an initial search any further research costs $20 per hour if needing to be mailed an extra $2.50 for postage. Members who live over 50km from Deniliquin are given up to two hours free research per financial year.

|Research Form|
Last Updated on 17/07/2021
By Val Hardman

Research Officer
Deniliquin Family History Group Inc.
P. O. Box 144
Deniliquin 2710

The Deniliquin Genealogy Society Incorporated, it's members either individually or collectively, cannot be liable for any error or omission in this publication or for damages arising from its supply, performance or use, and make no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied in relation to this publication. Every care has been taken to ensure the information is accurate, and persons acting on information do so at their own risk.