Mapping Our Anzacs Project (now Discovering Anzacs) http://discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/home/
AIF Project https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/index.html
National Archives of Australia http://www.naa.gov.au/
NSW War Memorial Register http://www.warmemorialsregister.nsw.gov.au/
Commonwealth War Graves Commision http://www.cwgc.org/
Australian War Memorial http://www.awm.gov.au/
The AIF Project – a database researched by the University of NSW – Canberra…………………. A very usefull research tool.
They make the following information available as stated on their website
The AIF database is drawn from a range of official sources, including personal files on the National Archives website, and Embarkation and Nominal Rolls on the Australian War Memorial website. A number of errors were introduced into these records at the time of their compilation, and when these are identified they are corrected on the AIF Project database.
Due to the volume of queries received, we are unable to conduct research for either individuals or groups or to answer questions about the information contained on individuals, their units or their service. If a record is inaccurate, please complete the correction notification form.
Personal Service Records
For information on the service records of those who served in the First World War please see Australian Service Records from World War I on the National Archives of Australia website.
Office of Australian War Graves
About Medals Gone Missing – http://www.medalsgonemissing.com/index.html
Gary Traynor is the Administrator of the Militaria website MEDALS GONE MISSING. The aim of this site is to reunite families, with their lost heritage.
Gary has been actively involved in the preservation of Militaria and the researching of Military History for over 25 years. During this time, he has travelled extensively around the world – conducting numerous study trips to Gallipoli, The Western Front, Kokoda and other major battle sites. He served for over 23 years with the New South Wales Police Force and is a former member of the Australian Army Reserve, having served with 4/3 RNSWR and UNSWR. He was very privileged to have served as a Volunteer Guide at the Australian War Memorial for a period of time.
Gary is currently conducting guided tours of the Kokoda Track in his spare time – and has a close association with the Tour Companies KOKODA HISTORICAL which is based in Melbourne; and KOMPLETE KOKODA which is based on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. He is also the Director of the tour company GALLIPOLI HISTORICAL TOURS and conducts tours to Turkey annually.