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Have your library member number ready (found on the back of your library card).
If you haven't changed your password it will be automatically set to your eight digit date of birth, e.g. 05081987
Please change your password after your first login.
Head to the e-library or straight to Bolinda Borrowbox and Wheelers can both be accessed online, or from a free app on your favorite app store.
It's really that easy!
Explore all our library has to offer online
Or give us a call on 08 8080 3460 and we'll help you out.
Have your library member number ready (found on the back of your library card)
Britannica encyclopedia online for a range of factual information for adults, teens and children.
StoryBox Library has hundreds of interactive and engaging Australian children's stories read by a range of well-known people!
Learning literacy is competitive and gamified through Literacy Planet
Busy Things has fun educational activities for ages 3 and up or you can learn the basics of coding through fun projects with Busy Code.
So why not get busy!
You will need your library member number to login into EBSCO.
This great resource is not only home to research databases but also eBooks, Novelist plus, History reference centre and Hobbies and craft reference center.
Not a member? You can join the library online
This is also where you can search for items, and access your member account.
Click on 'Join the library' in the menu on the left.
Scroll through to the end of the Conditions of membership and Customer Code of Conduct and click accept.
Select the type of membership, enter some personal details and click submit.
You will then receive a welcome email with more information.
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Fax: 08 8080 3424Post: PO Box 448 Broken Hill NSW 2880
Administrative Centre240 Blende StBroken Hill NSW 2880Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm
Cashier 8:30am to 4pm
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work, and pay our respects to their elders, past and present.