Trove is made up of ten zones. The zones group together similar types of content.
As you explore Trove, you'll probably notice that some items appear in multiple zones. Why? Items are assigned to zones based on their format, but some of them combine more than one format type. A book, for example, might include maps or artworks. By sharing item details across all relevant zones, Trove tries to make it easier for you to find what you want.
For another view of Trove's zones, try the experimental Zone Explorer.
In this section
- Digitised newspapers and gazettes
- Journals, articles and data sets
- Pictures, photos and objects
- Music, sound and video
- Diaries, letters and archives
- People and organisations