The Australian Libraries Gateway. This directory of Australian libraries enables access to local, public, university and other libraries. Includes links to individual library websites Australia wide.
National Library of Australia eResources. Any resident of Australia can apply for a Library card and this is then used to access a wide variety of subscription databases (105) from home.
The National Library’s Copies Direct service offers a fast and inexpensive way to get copies of articles, chapters of books, photographs, pictures, maps, manuscripts, and sound recordings. Also check with your local library if material can be ordered as interlibrary loans. New
State Library of New South Wale eResources. Residents of New South Wales who are registered as State Library clients can access a wide variety (135) subscription databases from home. You can apply online to register and it takes about 10 days to acquire a reader's card. You then use the reader's card number and a password for access. Updated
Northern Territory Library & Information Service. There is also an eResources link.
Directory of Queensland Public Libraries, State Library of Queensland.State Library of South Australia, Home Access. Residents of South Australia who are registered as State Library clients can access a selection of subscription databases from home.
LINC Tasmania brings together the services of the State Library of Tasmania, the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO) and others.
LINC Tasmania eResources. If you live in Tasmania, you can get a LINC Tasmania library card. This enables you to search eResources including family history and news subscription databases. Updated
The State Library of Victoria eResources. Residents of Victoria who are registered as State Library clients can access a selection of subscription databases from home.State Library of Western Australia Home Access. Use a Western Australian public library membership card number for access.
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