The remarkable archive of documentation associated with the biological samples has been digitized and catalogued in a custom-built, searchable website. Whilst the genome database is a resource of immense importance to medical and scientific researchers, the document archive will be of interest to a wider circle of Australians. The documents are a rich source of genealogical, historical and anthropological information, whether for academic research or personal interest. Not all documents in the archive will be available on-line, as befits the privacy rights of individuals.
The archive project was funded by $200,000 provided by the Australian National Data Service (ANDS). Look at the digital archive here.