Read, watch, listen or learn at any time with your library membership. Here are some tips for discovering our wide range of resources.
Research at home
Our new and improved research databases includes Gale, a wealth of resources that can help you with your study or general curiosity. You will find a National Geographic virtual library, an interactive science database, online newspapers and more.
Download the library app
To make your library experience from home even better, why not download the library app? It's a great way to keep track of your loans, renew items, browse the eLibrary and much more. You can even submit a Library2U request through the app.
Search for authors you might like
There are many online resources available that can help you find your next great read. We recommend Who Else Writers Like, Fantastic Fiction or the Good Reading online hub. To search for something for kids, take a look at Who Next.
Explore the eLibrary
From mystery to self-care and everything in between, we have thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks for you to browse. Simply head to BorrowBox or Overdrive and have a look around. If you would like to read or listen on your mobile device, download the BorrowBox or Libby by Overdrive app from your device's app store. Overdrive also offers access to a large collection of eMagazines, over 3,500 titles in fact.
Get to know your creative side
Click and Create is our COVID safe creative program which you can access through Library2U. Order a pre-made kit that contains all the material you need to create something at home.
Jump into the past
History Hub is your online portal to our local history. You can access thousands of historical photographs, videos, maps and more.
You can also research your family's past at home with Ancestry.com or Find My Past.