Archive of Australian Judaica
The Archive is a collection of source materials relating to Jewish life in Australia from the origin of the Jewish community up to the present day. The material housed in the Archive consists of a variety of types including anything of an archival or ephemeral nature, which reflects the multifaceted nature of Jewish life in Australia, and its social interactions with the broader Australian community.
The Archive is open from Monday-Friday from 9:30-4:30 in Rare Books & Special Collections at Fisher Library. You can schedule an appointment to view materials by filling out the request form on the Rare Books website. Several collections have restrictions and are currently being reviewed for access. It is best to fill out a request form in advance so that you can be alerted if there are any restrictions. However, the archive reserves the right to restrict access to certain collections at any time during this review process. Thank you for your understanding.
If you have an item or collection that you would like to donate or want to support the Archive with a monetary donation, please contact Laura Carmichael, Archive of Australian Judaica Advisor.
Thank you for your interest in the Archive of Australian Judaica At Sydney University.
University of Sydney Library
University of Sydney NSW 2006
Phone: +61 2 9351 2992
Rare Books and Special Collections
Fisher Library FO3
University of Sydney