Welcome to the Hunter ValleyGenWeb
(a county project of the NSWGenWeb)

The Hunter Valley is approximately 160 kilometres north of Sydney; population circa 700,000, most of whom live in the Newcastle metropolitan area. It is the valley of the Hunter River, one of the major eastwards-flowing rivers of South-Eastern Australia. There are eleven main council regions within the Hunter Valley - Cessnock, Dungog, Gloucester, Great Lakes, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Port Stephens, Singleton and Upper Hunter.

POSITION VACANT: a volunteer is required to fill the position of Hunter Valley County Coordinator. A County Coordinator maintains the county website and moderates the existing message board. This is not a difficult position and anyone with basic web editing experience and a genuine interest in the far west region is welcome to apply. In addition to web and query maintenance, a County Coordinator also oversees the local GenWebs within its region. This duty is non-technical as a County Coordinator operates in an advisory capacity only. Existing Local GenWeb Coordinators and non-locals are welcome to apply for the position.  If you are interested in this position, please contact the AustraliaGenWeb Coordinator.


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Disclaimer: Although the Hunter ValleyGenWeb Project attempts to provide accurate information it assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of data. The Hunter ValleyGenWeb Project disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied. Project and volunteer staff shall not be liable for any indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages arising out of the use or inability to use this website, hyper links or associated services. Any data found to be false, malicious, libellous or defamatory will be erased from the archives. A fair use policy applies and access to third party links is at the discretion of the individual.

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