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Government Agency
A Government Agency is an organisation or service provider directly under the control of and funded by a state or federal government.
Aborigines Protection Board (1883 - 1940)
Aborigines Welfare Board (1940 - 1969)
Aborigines Welfare Directorate (1969 - 1975)
Board of National Education (c. 1848 - 1866)
Colonial Secretary (1821 - 1959)
Community Services (2009 - ), Department of Family and Community Services
Council of Education (1866 - 1880)
Denominational School Board (1848 - 1866)
Department of Aboriginal Affairs (1997 - ), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Charitable Institutions (1888 - 1911)
Department of Public Health (1938 - 1973), State Government of New South Wales
Director of State Psychiatric Services (1958 - 1973)
Hospitals Commission of New South Wales (1929 - 1973)
Inspector General of Mental Hospitals (1917 - 1958)
Inspector General of the Insane (1876 - 1917)
Inspector of Public Charities (1866 - 1888)
Metropolitan Hospitals and Charities Department (1911 - 1913), State Government of New South Wales
National Archives of Australia (1998 - )
Northern Sydney Local Health Network Medical Records
Northern Territory Archives Service (1983 - )
Office of the Director-General of Public Health (1913 - 1938)
Secretary to the Governor (1788 - 1821)
State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales (1961 - )
State Library of New South Wales (1827 - )
Government Department
A Government Department is a group of public servants organised to administer a particular area of government activity, under the control of a minister.
Child Welfare Department (1923 - 1970), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care (2001 - 2009), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Child Welfare and Social Welfare (1970 - 1973), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Community Services (1992 - 2009), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Education (1915 - 1989), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Education and Communities (2011 - ), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Education and Training (1997 - 2011), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Family and Community Services (1988 - 1991), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Family and Community Services (2011 - ), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Health and Community Services (1991 - 1992), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Human Services (2009 - 2011), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Justice and Public Instruction (1873 - 1881)
Department of Juvenile Justice (1990 - ), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Public Instruction (1880 - 1915)
Department of School Education (1989 - 1997), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Technical Education (1949 - 1957), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Youth and Community Services (1973 - 1975), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Youth and Community Services (1976 - 1988), State Government of New South Wales
Department of Youth, Ethnic and Community Affairs (1975 - 1976), State Government of New South Wales
Health Commission (1973 - 1982)
Health Department (1982 - ), State Government of New South Wales
State Children's Relief Board (1881 - 1923)
State Children's Relief Department (1881 - 1923)
Government-run
The term 'Government-run' is used to describe an organisation or activity for which a government (usually State, Territory or Federal) is directly responsible.
Allanville Home (c. 1976 - 1990s)
Anglewood (1943 - 1994)
Asylum for Destitute Children (1852 - 1858)
Berry Training Farm (1934 - 1977)
Bethcar Children's Home (1969 - 1989)
Bidura (1920 - 1977)
Biloela Industrial School, Cockatoo Island (1871 - 1887)
Biloela Reformatory School for Females (1871 - 1880)
Bimbadeen Girls Home (1969 - 1974)
Brewarrina Aboriginal Station Dormitory (c. 1897 - c. 1940)
Broken Hill Shelter (c. 1905 - c. 1994)
Brougham (1943 - 1993)
Brush Farm Home (1922 - 1988)
Brush Farm Infants' Home (1968 - 1988)
Brush Farm Reformatory (1908 - 1912)
Carpentarian Reformatory for Boys (1894 - c. 1908)
Carters' Barracks (1820 - c. 1835), Boys Dormitory
Castle Hill House (1943 - 1982)
Cicada Home (1911 - 1930s)
Clairvaux (1969 - 1990s)
Cobham Remand Centre (1980 - )
Colonial Secretary (1821 - 1959)
Cootamundra Training Home (1911 - 1969)
Corelli (1970 - 1991)
Corelli Babies' Home (c. 1945 - c. 1970)
Corelli Hospital for Women (1919 - c. 1945)
Cottage Home for Feeble-Minded Children, Parramatta (1907 - 1923?)
Cottage Home for Invalid Children, Parramatta (c. 1907 - c. 1940)
Crown Street Women's Hospital (1893 - 1983)
Daruk (1960 - 1985)
Eastwood Home for Mothers and Babies (1915 - 1922)
Endeavour House (1976 - 1990)
Falling Leaves (c. 1950 - c. 1970)
Farm Home for Boys, Narara (1927 - 1934)
Faulds House (1976 - 1988)
Female Orphan School (1801 - 1850)
Garth (1924 - 1934?)
Glenfield Park School (1927 - )
Gosford Farm Home for Boys (1911 - 1923)
Gosford Training School (1923 - 1945)
Government Agricultural Farm, Scheyville (1905 - 1940)
Grafton Shelter (1923? - 1990s)
Grosvenor Centre (1985 - 2009)
Grosvenor Hospital (1965 - 1985)
Guildford Truant School for Boys (1917 - 1935)
Hargrave House (c. 1973 - 1980s)
Hillside Home for Mothers and Babies (1913 - 1920)
Hillside Training Home for Girls (1920 - 1923?)
Home for Mothers with Infants, Croydon (1909 - 1911?)
Home for Sick Infants, Paddington (1907 - 1913)
Institution for Boys, Tamworth (1948 - 1976)
Institution for Girls, Hay (1961 - 1974)
Kamballa (1974 - 1983)
Kariong Juvenile Justice Centre (1991 - 2004)
Karril Cottage (c. 1973 - c. 1989)
Keelong Juvenile Justice Centre (1990 - 2009)
Keelong Remand Centre (1978 - 1990)
Kinchela Training Home for Aboriginal Boys (1923 - 1970)
King Edward Home (c. 1930 - c. 1975)
La Perouse Training School for Girls (1928 - 1939)
Lady Edeline Hospital for Sick Babies (1914 - 1936)
Liverpool Asylum (1851 - 1862)
Liverpool Asylum for the Infirm and Destitute (1862 - 1933)
Liverpool State Hospital and Home (1933 - 1962)
Lynwood Hall (1939 - 1993)
Male Orphan School (1819 - 1850)
Mater Misericordiae Hospital (1906 - 1982)
May Villa (1919 - 1983?)
McCredie Cottage (1970 - 1993)
Methodist Church (1812 - 1885)
Metropolitan Boys' Shelter (1911 - 1983)
Metropolitan Girls' Shelter, Glebe (c. 1923 - 1978)
Minali Receiving and Assessment Centre (1975 - 1998)
Minda (1966 - 1991)
Minda Juvenile Justice Centre (1991 - 2003)
Mittagong Cottage Homes (1885 - 1976)
Mittagong Farm Home for Boys (1906 - 1947)
Mittagong Training School For Boys (1947 - 1976)
Montrose Child Protection Centre (c. 1978 - c. 2009)
Montrose Hostel (1936 - c. 1949)
Montrose Infants' Home (c. 1949 - c. 1978)
Montrose Maternity Hospital (c. 1920 - c. 1935)
Mount Penang Detention Centre (1988 - 1991)
Mount Penang Training School for Boys (1946 - 1987)
Mt Penang Juvenile Justice Centre (1991 - 1999)
Myee (1926 - 1977)
Myee Home (1977 - 1980s)
Native Institution (1814 - 1833)
Nautical School Ship 'Vernon' (1867 - 1892)
Newcastle Industrial School for Females (1867 - 1871)
Newcastle Reformatory School for Females (1869 - 1871)
Norfolk Island Orphan School (1795 - 1814)
Orana Youth Hostel (c. 1977)
Ormond House (1884 - 1923)
Ormond Regional Youth Centre (1985 - 1998)
Ormond School (1980 - 1984)
Ormond Training School (1962 - 1980)
Ormond, Thornleigh (1946 - 1962)
Parramatta Girls Industrial School (1887 - 1912)
Parramatta Girls Training Home (1912 - 1946)
Parramatta Girls Training School (1946 - 1974)
Peat and Milson Islands Mental Hospital (1936 - 1973)
Peat Island Centre (1989 - 2010)
Peat Island Hospital (1973 - 1989)
Phillip Cottage (1977 - 1988)
Prince of Wales Hospital (1953 - )
Probationary Farm Home, Branxton (1890s - 1915?)
Probationary Farm Home, Dora Creek (1900 - 1913)
Probationary Farm Home, Rydalmere (1891 - 1894)
Probationary Farm Home, Toronto (1909 - 1912?)
Protestant Orphan School (1850 - 1886)
Rabbit Island Hospital for the Insane (1910 - 1917?)
Rabbit Island Mental Hospital (1917? - 1936)
Raith Lark Hill Hostel (1964 - 1990?)
Raymond Terrace Home (1913 - 1930?)
Reiby Juvenile Justice Centre (1991 - )
Reiby Training School (1973 - 1991)
Renwick (1976 - 1994)
Riverina Juvenile Justice Centre (1984 - )
Riverina Welfare Farm for Boys, Yanco (1928 - 1942)
Royal Hospital for Women (1901 - )
Royal North Shore Hospital (1885 - )
Royleston (1922 - 1983)
Santa Marina (1919 - 1930?)
Shaftesbury Home for Babies and Mothers (c. 1913 - 1915)
Shaftesbury Reformatory School (1880 - 1904)
Singleton Boys' Home (1920 - 1923)
'Sobraon' Training Ship (1892 - 1911)
St Heliers (1945 - 1986)
Stockton Mental Hospital (1917 - 1989)
Taldree (1974 - 1980)
Tallimba (1973 - 1980s)
Thirlmere Babies' Home (1907 - 1913)
Thornbury Lodge (c. 1958 - c. 1990)
Turner Cottage Special School for Truants (1938 - 1946)
Waterfall Sanatorium (1909 - 1958)
Weroona Home (1946 - 1984)
Werrington Park (1954 - c. 1988)
Winbin (1954 - 1975)
Winbin (1975 - 1992)
Worimi Shelter (1966 - 2006)
Yarra Bay Boys' Home (c. 1955 - 1985)
Yarra Bay House (1917 - 1923)
Yarra Bay House (c. 1917 - c. 1985)
Yarra Bay House Truant School (1939 - c. 1955)
Yasmar Shelter (1946 - 1994)
Yawarra Training School (1969 - 1979)