Fiji Family History: a curated database of 18th and 19th century Fiji from a family history perspective.


Shipping and passenger lists, birth, marriage and death announcements, newspaper articles, directories, archival documents, maps, photographs, and other records.

Our Stories

Showcasing people and places inspired by the Collection.

Research Guides

Research Guides will help you find resources on Fiji family history and offer research advice on how to access these resources.

"If you know your history
Then you would know where you're coming from"
Buffalo solider by Bob Marley and Noel Williams.

About Curator

Brisbane based, Fiji born Dulcie Stewart is of Fijian (Bua, Rewa, Kadavu and Tailevu), European and Asian descent. Her mixed heritage has influenced her art practice investigating place, belonging, memory and identity, as well as her role as a family historian.

Dulcie is a metadata and digital collections specialist and has worked in Fiji and Australian libraries for the last 16 years. She is currently responsible for cataloguing digitised cultural heritage materials at a Queensland university. She is the Lead Researcher for The Veiqia Project, the creative research project inspired by the practice of Fijian female tattooing.