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We started in a single room in the Vice Chancellor’s house in 1960. We’ve since grown to become one of Australia’s leading academic libraries. Learn more about us.
We have the top resources and facilities for you. From opening hours to technology, find out more about each of our libraries.
Books, journals, newspapers, music and more. Explore our physical and online collections – 名门棋牌 to more than four million items.
Boost your research and study skills. Get expert advice from a librarian or learning skills adviser via online drop in sessions.
The Research Lifecycle will connect you with the tools, information and advice for each stage of your research.
From study spaces and technology, to borrowing books and printing, check out our services and facilities.
Alumni and all visitors are welcome to use any of our libraries. Find out what’s available to you.
Need help with electronic resources, try using the Access electronic resources library guide.
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Find the latest resources to advance your research. Manage data. Publish your work. Cite and be cited.
Strengthen your teaching. Work with our Library experts to lift your students’ research and learning skills.
Step back to another time and place. Explore the age, uniqueness or beauty of our vibrant displays. Learn the story they tell.
Unearth a treasure-trove of hard-to-find books, prints and one-offs – as well as research reports and data.
Get hold of the latest titles hot off our press. And keep up with our book launches.
If you’ve been finding it difficult to stay connected to your studies and have missed getting to know your classmates, then joining or setting up a study group may be the way to go.
Something fun - explore beautiful images from the Special Collections through jigsaw puzzles!
Through Zoom drop-in sessions, a learning skills adviser or librarian can help not only with your assignment but also with developing your academic skills.