SBRC wishes to advise that our Library Opac services with be down from approximately 4:30pm to 8:30pm Thursday 21st August. These times are approximate and downtime could take longer.
Children's Book Week 2014
For Children's Book Week this year we are
letting the kids have their say by
giving them the chance to write their very
own book review!
2. Write the book review on
3. Hand it back to the friendly
Borrow, download and enjoy eBooks and eAudiobooks from the comfort of your living room. Simply click here to download items to your computer, or install the BorrowBox app on your Apple iOS or Android device to select from the extensive list of bestselling eBooks and eAudiobooks. The app is available for free from the App Store or Google Play. You can read or listen all within the app and access your library wherever you go.
Featuring the very best of Australian and international authors, our diverse range of digital titles gives South Burnett Libraries members access to authors they have long admired, and opportunities to discover some they may not have read or listened to. This includes writers of the calibre of Matthew Reilly, Di Morrissey, Steig Larsson and Jeffrey Archer among others.
Whether you're hungry for fiction, business advice, biographies, lifestyle writing or stories for young adults and children, you're sure to find the perfect title to borrow.
Introducing a new way to browse our collections. Aurora vShelf allows you to visually browse our shelves by classification or call number. Simply click on a title to view details and don't forget to login first (using your existing library catalogue login) if you wish to reserve an item. Learn more about vShelf here.
View Historical Photographs of the South Burnett
Local history is growing in popularity in the South Burnett. We are pleased to bring you the Virtual Gallery a photographic catalogue storing digitised historical images of the South Burnett.
Please understand it will take some time for library staff to input the vast array of photographic material available. Current photos in the Virtual Gallery are of Nanango region. Library staff wish to thank the Nanango Local History Volunteers (Daun, Robyn and Jan) for the time and dedication they have given to this project.