Many of our instruments have been documented with histories, specifications and photos. Details will be found both in the Organs of Australia section, and in the Gazetteers section. The extent of the listings in each section currently varies from one state to another.
The entries under Organs of Australia provide histories, specifications and photographs, and are generally colour-coded as:
(a) historic / restored,
(b) destroyed / removed,
(c) modern / tracker, or
Where these listings are incomplete, please refer to the Gazetteer section, which provides details of all instrument, but giving synoptic details only, without photographs.