There are many types of archives available for different kinds of research projects. These include government archives like the National Archives of Australia and New South Wales State Records. It also includes State Libraries that house materials like printed books and family collections, and materials about local places and communities. Museums and historical societies, large and small, offer a vast wealth of material that may have holdings for a project. Interviewing people about a project – oral history – can also yield fascinating stories that add to the depth of a project. The important thing here is thinking broadly and laterally to match archives to the client and project’s needs.