Venues and facilities
As a library member, you have free access to a huge collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks.
Our collection includes classics, new releases, non-fiction and best-sellers for all ages that you can download wirelessly to your compatible eReader, iPad, smartphone, mp3 player, PC or laptop.
You can borrow anytime and enjoy automatic returns with no late fees. Simply browse, check out, download and enjoy!
You can browse our collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks through our catalogue or directly from our suppliers, BorrowBox or Overdrive.
Several apps for using eBooks and eAudiobooks can also be downloaded for your device.
Libby by Overdrive
Join Jayne and Paula as they chat about anything literary and Literary Anything. Listen in as they discuss their selected book for the month. Plus find out the latest in literary news, including what new books are slated to hit the shelves and what is garnering attention with booksellers and book lovers.
Listen to previous episodes by visiting our channel or search for Literary Anything wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to rate and subscribe so you don’t miss an episode! Also on Spotify, Audible and Amazon Music.
City of Marion Libraries provide our customers with access to a range of online resources. There are a wide range of resources available for you to connect to from the comfort of your own home that can help you to learn a new language, find a new author or series to read, answer a puzzling homework question, learn a new computing skill, read a digital magazine and much more.
Best of all, access to these resources is free with your Marion Library card.
Help for family historians! Ancestry Library Edition provides access to an extensive range of genealogical resources from the United States and Great Britain, including census and church records. It also provides limited Australian coverage.
Access to Ancestry is now available for a limited time to online library users. Follow the link below, enter your library card and pin number, and then select Ancestry to begin!
Developed specifically for libraries, the new Britannica Library gives you access to age appropriate material from the child-friendly collection through to the adult general reference collection.
Now students of all ages will find it easy to conduct research, complete homework assignments and work on special projects.
Duolingo helps you learn a language. Unique features and a clear structure make it a reliable place to learn new languages or sharpen your existing skills.
Good Reading Online is an Australian database which helps you find something to read. It includes thousands of easy-to-read independent book reviews and author profiles as well as book trivia.
Stream critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films anytime with your Library card!
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) is a premium online learning resource offering thousands of courses in business, technology, design, animation, photography, music, personal development, using the web & more!
These courses will build your skills and could even help you to develop or start your own business. The flexibility of LinkedIn Learning allows you to complete training sections entirely at your own pace.
LOTE Online allows kids to enjoy the magic of books in various languages from the comfort of home, alongside English translations to help develop reading and listening skills
NewsBank gives you access to extensive news coverage from every state and territory, with thousands of cross-searchable news articles, feature articles, editorials, sports reports, obituaries, and much more!
Students can experience the thrill of being published with PK. Submissions accepted from all subject areas including short stories, poems, art, craft, reviews, musical performances, science projects and more. With interviews of popular children’s authors, sporting heroes, and of course plenty of competitions, it’s a fun and funky place for all primary school kids.
Road to IELTS is a self-study IELTS preparation course produced by the British Council to help candidates prepare for the IELTS exam.
It provides access to free online self-study materials to support IELTS General Training and IELTS Academic test preparations.
SpineOut Online is a place where you can express your ideas and thoughts and to share your creativity in words, art, film or music. A fun and interactive site.
Imagine the best stories being read aloud to you by our favourite storytellers – well that's Story Box Library!
With an ever-growing library, suitable for preschool and primary aged children, it really is Storytime, anytime!
Studiosity is a free online tool for students to seek real-time help with homework or for questions regarding writing and formatting resumes, CVs, and job applications. The site is staffed by hundreds of qualified experts who are waiting online to offer assistance 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Who Else Writes Like..? is an online resource designed to help introduce both book borrowers and buyers to novelists whose work is unfamiliar to them. It is designed to answer the perennial question: I’ve read all the books by this author, who else writes like that?
Who Next...? A guide to children’s authors is an interactive online tool designed to help parents, teachers and librarians in schools and public libraries to encourage children and young people to read more widely, by suggesting authors they might enjoy.
The tool can be used to guide children who have already enjoyed stories by one writer to find others who write in a similar way.