eBooks are now available for borrowing. Select from our growing collection to download and read on your compatible eReader, PC, laptop, or mobile device.
To borrow eBooks you will need:
Lending and returning
You can borrow 5 eBooks at a time, and also place holds on all titles.
The default loan period is 21 days, but you can pre-select a lending period of 7 or 14 days.
You do not have to return eBooks. When the lending period has expired, the eBook title will automatically be returned. If there are no holds, the eBook title may be borrowed again.
The Overdrive eBooks site has videos and information sheets to guide you through any questions you may have. Here you will be able to find information about issues you may have with software or devices.
Read digital versions of popular reference books across a broad range of topics at the Gale Virtual Reference Library. Most e-reference books can be read in both HTML and PDF formats and can be downloaded onto iPads and other PDF viewers with wireless capability.
Bolinda digital specialise in Australian eAudio. You can download up to 4 items for 2 weeks.
OneClickdigital (Clipper) offers over 600 eAudio titles.You can download up to 10 items for 3 weeks.
For more information about downloading audiobooks, view our factsheet.
New Bolinda Borrowbox- Mobile App
Available free through App Store or Google Play
The BorrowBox app makes it easy to browse, borrow and listen to your library’s eAudiobooks wherever you are. Simply follow the steps above to access your library’s collection of eAudiobooks.
Grouped by age category
Browse by genre
Quickly find new releases
Search by title, author and narrator
Listen to previews
Borrow instantly or reserve for later
View current loans and reserves
Automatic deletion of expired loans
Saves your current position in the audiobook
Play audiobooks in the background while using other apps
A limited number of Sony and Kindle eReaders are available for library members to take home for up to two weeks. They have been loaded with a range of popular titles. They can be reserved via the catalogue or at the library.