Library membership is required to access these services.
Each online service provider has separate registration and apps for access. Details of how to access these services is provided below.
Note: Library card number authentication may be required for access to online e-resources.
An excellent selection of free adult and junior fiction and non-fiction books are available via Bolinda Digital - Borrowbox to download to your iPad, e-reader or various Android devices. A library membership number, password and email address are required.
Free adult and junior fiction and non-fiction e-audio books and e-Books are available to download to your iPad, iPhone, e-reader or various Android devices with Bolinda Digital. Use the 'Sign In' button to login and follow the instructions to browse, borrow, confirm and download items.
A library membership number, password and email address are required.
FREE eAudiobooks are now also available from Ulverscroft Australia from 3 April to 31 July 2020 inclusive. 500 popular titles, all with simultaneous loan access, so you will never have to wait! Simply go to www.ulibrary.net/register and the log-in details will be emailed to you. No library card required.
RBdigital Magazines feature full-colour, digital editions for instant desktop or mobile reading for Apple and Android devices by downloading the RB digital App.
Subscriptions include Australian Handyman, Caravan & Motorhome, The Australian Women's Weekly, Better Homes & Gardens, National Geographic, PC & Tech Authority and Vogue Australia
Britannica Library provides you with access to three sites in one, with age appropriate material from the child-friendly collection through to the adult general reference collection. Britannica online includes: encyclopaedia, dictionary, magazine articles, images, video clips and links to authoritative related websites. Audio feature enables read-aloud access to text.
The Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner provides internet users, particularly children and young people with easy online access to cybersafety information and assistance available in Australia.
This site is useful if you need help in dealing with cyberbullying, want information on obligations of social media service providers, need guidance on online safety measures or want to report illegal or offensive content.
Need Legal Help?
Everyday-Law provides easy-to-understand legal information in one spot. It is a good place to start to solve your legal problems and find free or low-cost legal advice in Victoria.
The online Driver Education program contains the following state-specific information: