Useful Links

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Anglicare

www.anglicare.org.au

The urban mission and welfare arm of the Sydney Anglican Church, providing crisis care and counselling support for those in need.

Australian Bronze Commemorative Plaques

www.plaques.satlink.com.au

This site details the many 80-kilogram bronze plaques dedicated to the commemoration of Australian Servicemen and Servicewomen found across the globe. These plaques are found in more than 100 sites around the world.

Bonnie Babes

www.bbf.org.au

The Bonnie Babes Foundation provides a 24 hour, national grief counselling services to Australian families who have lost a baby.

British Monarchy

www.royal.gov.uk

The British Monarchy web site, including a biography, details of Princess Diana’s funeral and a message from the Queen.

CA Collection

www.cacollection.com.au

The Clive Allison Collection features a variety of both traditional and contemporary design memorial headstones, created by award winning Monumental Masons and using the highest quality granite.

Centrelink

www.centrelink.gov.au

“Centrelink is a government agency delivering a range of Commonwealth services to the Australian community. Our website can make it easier for you to explore your options, know what questions to ask and find out more about how we can help you.”

Cyndi’s List of Genealogical Sites

www.cyndislist.com

Over 181 000 genealogical links, categorised & cross-referenced, in over 90 categories.

Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

www.fahcsia.gov.au

The Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaCSIA) is responsible for social policies and support affecting Australian society and the living standards of Australian families.

Department of Veterans Affairs

www.dva.gov.au

Australian Government Department of Veterans Affairs website – contains useful information for veterans and their families as well as useful links to Defence Service Records, Office of Australian War Graves, the National Archives of Australia and more.

Family Tree Maker

www.familytreemaker.com

Another large genealogical resource on the internet. This is a commercial site.

Kids Help Line

www.kidshelp.com.au

Kids Help Line ( 1800 55 1800 ) is Australia’s only free, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service specifically for young people aged between five and 18.

Legacy Australia

www.legacy.com.au

Legacy is a uniquely Australian organisation, established in 1923 by ex-servicemen dedicated to the task of caring for the widows and dependants of their comrades.

Lifeline Australia

www.lifeline.org.au

“Having a friend or someone you can talk to about what you are experiencing, without judgement, is important. Sharing your experience can give you comfort, strength, and reduce feelings of isolation. Talk to a Lifeline telephone counsellor on 13 11 14 who can give you information and support.”

NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages

www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/familyHistory.htm

The Registry holds over 17 million records of events registered in New South Wales. Research your family history. Contains other useful links.

OBITS

www.obits.com.au

Quickly find an Australian funeral, death or obituary notice.

Reach Out!

au.reachout.com

“Young people may give adult caregivers mixed messages. They may hide their true feelings and thoughts and pretend that everything is OK. When attempting to understand adolescent grief you need to consider the young person’s age and level of maturity as well as the nature of the loss encountered.”

Seniors Card

www.seniorscard.com.au

“The Seniors Card entitles older Australians to a range of benefits provided by government and businesses. The Card is free and is issued by every State and Territory government to eligible senior residents. It is issued in recognition of the contribution that seniors have made – and continue to make – to the Australian community.”

Seniors.gov.au

www.seniors.gov.au

“Seniors.gov.au provides you with a single point of access to Government and non-Government information and services for older Australians.”

Sydney Morning Herald – Death and Funeral Notices

tributes.smh.com.au

Search The Sydney Morning Herald online for recently listed Death and Funeral Notices.

The Daily Telegraph and Cumberland News

www.classifieds.news.com.au

Search for Death and Funeral Notices in the Daily Telegraph (NSW) and Cumberland Newspaper Group.

The Public Trustee

www.tag.nsw.gov.au

“The Public Trustee NSW was established by an Act of Parliament in 1913 and has been assisting the people of NSW for over 90 years. An experienced asset manager, the Public Trustee is responsible for the making of Wills, acts as Executor in deceased estates, manages Trusts and provides Attorney Services.”

The Salvation Army

salvos.org.au

Contact the Salvo’s via their website or phone the Salvo Care Line on 1300 36 36 22 for counselling and crisis support.

TPI Federation

www.tpifed.org.au

The Australian Federation of Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex-Service Men and Women website.

When children grieve

www.cyh.com

Great website geared towards helping parents and children with the grieving process.