Library Services & Facilities
Libraries are vibrant community spaces that offer a range of services to meet the needs of residents and visitors.
At your local library, you’ll find a range of resources on offer and our friendly library staff can assist with finding the right read for you.
With new stock arriving all the time, the collection includes;
- Large print
- Talking books
- Children's, young adults, fiction, non-fiction and more!
View the Catalogue and Reserve items
Loans may be renewed twice, provided the items are not overdue or reserved for another borrower. Items can be renewed in person, by telephone or online.
Library patrons can access eBooks, eAudio, eMagazines, eMovies, eMusic, eStorytime and more via the eLibrary page.
Family and Local History
Our Corowa and Howlong Libraries provide visitors with the opportunity to research, explore and discover a large number of local history records.
You can also visit your library to access Ancestry (only available at the library) and TROVE, which are popular resources to uncover family history.
The Corowa Library is now pleased to hold the Corowa Free Press newspaper on Microfilm (from 1875 – 2010) and in a digitised format from 1955- 2010. Earlier editions are available on TROVE.
Federation Council libraries offer free Wi-Fi and computer use, along with printing and photocopying facilities for patrons to access.
Home Library Service
The Home Library Service is a free delivery service provided to those who are unable to get to the library in person due to illness, disability or limited mobility.
Items available for borrowing include:
- large print books
- normal fiction and non-fiction books
- talking books
This valuable assistance is provided with the services of the Friends of the Library and volunteers. If you would like to receive this service, please contact your nearest branch.