Computers and Printing
Printing From Your Own Device
Follow this link to print directly from your desktop or notebook.
Or, if you like, install PrinterOn on your tablet or smartphone, and you can print directly from your device, no matter where you are, and pick up the hard copy next time you're in the library.
The library has Wi-Fi and access is free. Look for Library-Public-Access in your available networks. There is no password required.
Internet on Public Computers
Library users are entitled to two hours of free internet access per day on the public access computers. There's no need to book ahead of time - just come in and log on to any available computer, using your membership number and date-of-birth password.
The library has a scanner available for public use, free of charge, and it allows you to scan to an email address or or USB drive. Bring along your own USB drive, or purchase one from the library for $6.
Photocopying and printing
The photocopier accepts notes and coins, and gives change.
Black & White A4: $0.30
A charging station is available for free near the Level 1 entrance. It has adaptors for all major models of smartphones and tablets.