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 A range of fiction and non-fiction electronic books for all ages are available for downloading to computers, tablets or devices with internet access. 

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The Upper Hunter Library network has fiction and non-fiction eAudiobooks available to download to computers, tables or devices with internet access.

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A range of Australian and International magazines are available for downloading to computers, tablets or devices with internet access.

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A range of ecomics are available for downloading to computers, tablets or devices with internet access via the RB Digital platform. 

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A collection of our favourite stories being read by a range of actors, sportspeople, authors, illustrators and more. 

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A free online source of up to date Legal information for residents of New South Wales.

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Members of the Upper Hunter Library Network now have access to a fantastic new resource honoring our Anzacs as we approach the 100 year anniversary.

Drug info @ your library is a free service available library members which aims at providing up to date information about alcohol and drugs. The collections and website are provided for the community of NSW with a specific focus on parents and carers of young people as well as secondary and TAFE students. To access DI@YL click HERE.

Multicultural Children's eBooks

The International Children's Library is a fantastic online eBook collection which provides access to children's ebooks in multiple different languages including english, Czech, Tagalog, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Thai and many many more...check it out!

We have a range of useful resources for students and parents...

Check out our range of databases available to help you in your research or school work!! All freely accessible to library members.

Family History

Delving into family history research can often be daunting and can leave you unsure of where to start. We have a range of resources available that can help you on your way. Don't forget, library staff are always available to assist you in your research and point you in the right direction.

Researching the history of your local area or the area from which your family originally lived can be exciting and challenging. Your local library is the perfect starting point for this research! Each of our branches has access to both physical and digital collections and staff are on hand to assist you with your research. If you are interested in family history, have a look at our suggested resources here.