Public Record Office Victoria
Victorian Archives Centre | Public Record Office Victoria is the archives of the State Government of Victoria. We hold records from the European settlement of Port Phillip district in the mid-1830s to today.
PROV manages these records for use by both the government and people of Victoria. As the archival authority for the State of Victoria, PROV undertakes a number of interrelated activities:
Records - caring for and providing access to a vast and valuable collection of Victorian government records that date back to the establishment of permanent government services. Most forms of access to our collection are free, and include our Reading Rooms, publications, and physical and online exhibitions.
Standards - helping people in the Victorian government create and keep better records through the development of recordkeeping standards.
Training and Advice - promoting record keeping standards and assisting government agencies to achieve compliance with them.
Through these activities, and by ensuring all Victorian people have ready access, understanding and appreciation of the State's records, PROV accomplishes its mission in assisting Victorians to have an open and accountable state government.
Victoria's State Archives
❊ What's On ❊
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 99 Shiel Street North Melbourne | Map
✆ 9348 5600
❊ Web Links ❊
→ Public Record Office Victoria
❊ Also See... ❊
→ First Peoples and the Gold Rush
→ Melbourne Archive in UN World Register
→ Online Exhibitions | Victorian Archives Centre
→ Wayward Women?
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