Bourke Public Library has a huge range of digital resources for members, which are available at all times. Members can access streaming video, digital magazines, research databases, and a huge selection of eBooks and eAudiobooks. Log in to any of the eResources below with your library borrower number. If you're not already a member, you can easily sign up online. If you need any help accessing the digital collection, please contact our friendly library staff on (02) 6872 2751 or email email@example.com.
Featuring more than 720 news sources from around Australia, this fully searchable online resource offers the complete text of thousands of news articles, editorials, obituaries, classifieds and more. Coverage for most titles starts in the 1980s, 1990s or 2000s and continues through to the present day.
World Book Online offers easy-to-read articles and a wealth of engaging multimedia, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities for young people through to content and features designed for homework and research needs.
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The best place to watch celebrated stories read aloud by our favourite storytellers. A fantastic literary resource for pre-school through to upper primary-aged children, a range of actors, sportspeople, authors, illustrators and more share their unique voices in an ever-growing library.
It’s storytime, anytime!
The Award-Winning Resource for Children and Adults. Easy to use, and easy to find trusted information. Choose the appropriate level for you - kids, teens or adults.
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Access full-text medical journals, magazines, reference works, multimedia, and much more. This comprehensive consumer health resource provides authoritative information on the full range of health-related issues, from current disease and disorder information to in-depth coverage of alternative medical practices for researchers of all levels.
Provides over 30,000 pages of online records for family history research contain information which can help you trace people who lived and worked in New South Wales during the period 1850 – 1920. Including information on Directories, Electoral Rolls, Miners and Mining Leases, Land Purchasers and Lessees, Farmers, Graziers, Shearers and Station Hands, Other Occupations Including Civil Servants, Teachers etc., Voters, Petitioners, Friendly Society Members etc.