As a library member, you have unlimited access to a range of databases and web services that normally require a subscription. In order to use our databases you will need to know your library card number and password. If you need help with obtaining this, please contact us on (03) 2111 444.
If you would like to become a library member, you can learn about the signup process here.
Australia New Zealand Reference Centre
Includes leading Australia/NZ journals and international magazines in full text; full text reference books; over 80,000 full text biographies and an image collection of over 510,000 photos, maps and flags.
Access to a range of local, national, and international newspapers and magazines.
Provides access to census records, military records, land records, probate records, church records, directories, passenger lists and more. It includes New Zealand electoral rolls spanning 1853 – 1981, as well as Māori electoral rolls spanning 1908 – 1919.
Haynes Manuals AllAccess
Get access to manuals which cover repairs and servicing of cars and motorcycles
Road to IELTS is divided into four parts – reading, listening, speaking and writing. In each skill area you can prepare for the test by reading information about each paper, listening to the online video and taking the interactive practice questions.
Find current events, pictures and links to relevant internet resources. Search different levels of Britannica using Elementary Encyclopedia for younger students, Student Encyclopedia or Concise Encyclopedia for advanced level of research.
Find full text articles on education material as well as citations to other related information.
Index New Zealand
Abstracts of articles from New Zealand and Pacific journals from 1950s onwards.
Find NZ Articles
Index to multiple databases.
View film and video collections around the country through Medianet – a digital database where you can watch over 1000 short films, features, documentaries, television commercials and more. Every three months new videos are loaded into the database.
The earliest New Zealand film is about the departure of soldiers for the Boer War in 1900. Local items of interest include Roger Donaldsons 1973 documentary on Burt Munro and the 1928 short film Daughter of Invercargill.
The highest film rating is M – suitable for mature audiences 16 and over (but still unrestricted).
You will find the following categories: Advertising, Animation, Documentary, General history, Home movies, Music, Newsreels, Short film, Sport, War