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MP3-format discs allow you to store a lot of information on one disc. Depending on the age of your CD player, you may be able to play MP3-format discs. Newer players will automatically play these discs, but older players may not. If in doubt, borrow an MP3 format audio book and try it. If it plays, then congratulations, you can access the full range of audio books at the library! If the player says ‘No disc’ then you will have to borrow audiobooks that have multiple discs in the pack.

Yes. The library is able to borrow books in over 50 different languages from the State Library of NSW. Books are available in all reading levels and categories, from picture and junior books to adult fiction and non-fiction. There are approximately 30 books in each box and the boxes are exchanged as required. Specific authors and titles can be requested and other material may be available in your language, just ask the staff.

Yes. We welcome all visitors to the shire and you can even borrow from our collection while you are here, just join the library as a non-resident and you can take five items at a time. You can also just come into the library and read a book, newspaper or one of our magazines. The public access computers are available to use for free, the same applies to our microfiche/film reader, and visiting children can join in Toddler Time or School Holiday Programme and adults can join Knit and Natter, Colour and Chatter.

The library has a JP service for the witnessing of documents and certifying photocopies. It is best to phone the library in advance on (02) 67402190 to ensure that a JP will be available when required.

Yes. You can undertake paper or computer-based exams at the library, just ring and organise ahead of time. 

You can access your emails on one of the public access computers and print the documents. A JP (available at the library) will witness your signature, if required. A scanner is available for you to scan them to your email for you to forward wherever necessary.

The library has a photocopier available for the public. A small fee applies per page.

You can print from a USB on any of the public computers for a fee per page.

If the document is in PDF format, you can insert the USB in the printer directly. However, this will require the printing of the entire document, rather than selected pages.

Yes. The library has public access internet computers available. They are free to use and can be booked for up to two hours. Staff are on hand to assist, if required.

The library has books available on topics around job applications and writing your resume.
They have a photocopier/printer/scanner available (fees apply) and Justices of the Peace who can certify documents if you require.

Yes. The library has free Wi-Fi available for use on your laptop, notebook, iPad and other devices. Just ask the staff for the Wi-Fi log-in slips. Sessions last for two hours or 200MB.