The aim of the Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory (GSNT) is to promote genealogical and family history research; to further the study of genealogy by the collection of historial data; to educate in genealogy and family history methods; and to urge the preservation of personal historical records.

Due to the unique nature of the Territory, the GSNT has undertaken a range of projects to identify more detailed information about people who have lived, died, worked and travelled through the Territory, some records dating back as early as 1824.

Membership Reminder:

Although GSNT membership was due on the 1st July 2013, we are still accepting memberships for 2013-14.  If you are not re-joining us this year please let us know.

Acknowledgement of support for GSNT:

GSNT would like to acknowledge the generous support that we've received to assist us in preserving the Territory's history, please refer to the dedicated page 'Acknowledgement of support for GSNT' for more information.

  2013/2014 Community Grants Program:

The Genealogical Society of the Northern Territory Inc (GSNT) were recently awarded a grant through the Darwin City Council's 2013/2014 Community Grants Program for "Getting Acquainted with Darwin's Past for the Future". 

GSNT will be hosting five sessions over February, March and April at the Conference Room at the Archives Centre, NT Archives. Lock in February 27th, March 13th & 27th and April 10th & 24th and for more information see our Upcoming Events page.

Please note:

Session 4 on the 10th April has now been finalised with 'A look at the NT Police Museum and Historical Society Resources', for more information please refer to the calendar entry, and please remember to RSVP with GSNT staff.