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E-books

Download free eBooks from our range of collections to your tablet, eReader, smartphone or PC. As well as new release and best-selling fiction, you can access non-fiction eBooks on many subjects.

You will need a valid library card / PIN number and Internet access.

Libby by Overdrive

Download e-books via Libby by Overdrive for free and read them on any compatible device. All you need is Internet access and your library card. If you have a smart device, the Libby app is the easiest way to download and manage your loans. To get started, see if your device is compatible. For help on setting Libby up download our brochure: Libby Trifold DL Jan 2020

Indyreads

Indy reads logoIndyreads is a collection of ebooks & e-audio books from  independent publishers, self-published authors, & Australian local writers.
You will need Adobe Digital Editions installed on your computer, or the Odilo/Indyreads app from GooglePlay or AppleAppStore.
Items may be borrowed for a 21 day loan period, with the option to return early.

Ebsco eBook Public Library Collection

EBSCO ebooks logoWith more than 43,000 e-books chosen specifically for public libraries, this general reference collection features titles for both adults and younger readers, as well as best-selling and highly-recommended titles from industry leading publishers. If you would like to download an ebook for reading offline you will need to create an EBSCOhost account – the database will prompt you to create this. You will also need an Adobe ID, Adobe Digital Editions (for reading on a PC) and the Bluefire Reader app if you are planning to read your ebooks on a device.

RB Digital

 RB Digital is now offering a selection of ebooks to download – all with simultaneous loan access.

To use RB Digital you’ll have to create two accounts – one to access our library’s collection and a second to view the titles in the RB Digital viewer. The RB Digital Viewer account also enables access to the free mobile and desktop apps for PC/MAC, iPad, iPhone and Android. Click here for help and FAQ’s

You will need a valid library card and Internet access.

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