World Book Online for your information needs
This site offers easy-to-read articles and a wealth of engaging multimedia, games, science projects, interactive tools, and activities for young people through to content and features designed for homework and research needs. The World Book Online Reference Center is a powerful reference tool for advanced researchers and information seekers.
Free streaming music!
Clarence Regional Library members have access to over 1.3 million music tracks thanks to our latest subscription.
As well as delivering music from major and independent labels, NAXOS provides a wealth of information for both the serious music lover and music students.
Grab your library card and have a listen here.
Download an eBook today!
Your library provides access to borrow and download eBooks to your computer or devices.
Click on our eBook links below to start reading today.
Ancestry.com Library Edition available at your library
Library users can access Ancestry.com Library Edition in their local library. This database is only accessible in the library (including WiFi access).
Wanting to find out about your family? Then Ancestry.com may have the answers you're looking for.
Clarence Regional Libraries are free Wireless Hotspots! Members of the community can use their own devices (laptops, tablets & smartphones) to access the wireless network in the Library. No passwords or tickets, long time limit. Simply locate our wifi access and go surfing.
Due to the high demand and success of the Zinio eMagazine service, we are regularly adding exciting new titles to the free magazines available to download and read. These now include titles such as Newsweek, Tracks and Rolling Stone!
To access this exciting and popular service , click on the eMagazines link below.
The Clarence Regional Library Service aims to provide a contemporary, welcoming, responsive and inclusive library service to the communities of Clarence Valley and Bellingen. We aim to provide services that are sustainable, equitable and accessible.
We have branches in Bellingen, Dorrigo, Grafton, Iluka, Maclean, Urunga, and Yamba plus a Mobile Library operating in the Clarence Valley.