Access the library from your phone anytime, anywhere!
- Use your smartphone as your library card
- Locate and reserve items
- Manage your reservations and renew items
- Borrow library items using your own device (Yeppoon and Emu Park branches)
- Access eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, music and films
- Link your family members' library cards
- See the latest events, adult programs and children's activities
- Scan any book's barcode to see if we hold a copy
Other ways to borrow!
Members of Livingstone Shire Libraries can now instantly read, watch and listen to their choice of more than 750,000 titles for free with their library card.
The Hoopla digitial collection provides online and mobile access to Movies, TV Shows, Music, eAudiobooks, eBooks and Comics. All content is accessible with a valid library card via Hoopla Digital's Mobile App and online at www.hoopladigital.com.au
Members of Livingstone Shire Libraries can access popular Australian and international eBooks and eAudiobooks using the free BorrowBox app.
Whether you’re hungry for fiction, business, advice, biographies, lifestyle writing or stories for young adults or children, you are sure to find the perfect title to borrow.
BorrowBox is an award winning Australian App that enables members to browse and borrow bestselling eBooks and eAudiobooks on their Apple or Android device for limited periods through digital loans. BorrowBox is a FREE download solution.
Watch films and documentaries anytime of day from the comfort of your own home. All you need is your library membership number (the barcode on the front of your library card) and an internet-connected device. Start searching through Beamafilm's video library for a great range of current releases.
PressReader brings the largest selection of global publications from trsuted sources - all on a single digital platform.
From the washington Post, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail, El Pais and El Figaro, to Newsweek, Vogue, Bloomberg Businessweek, and People, PressReader delivers full issues of premium newspapers and magazines the moment they hit the newsstands.
Access via the website or download the app.