Tambellup CRC provides services to the local community. We also deliver State Library Services of WA on behalf of Local Government and business and social services relevant to our community. Having the opportunity to deliver these services, we thank our community for being the reason behind its continuing success.

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Room Hire

Tambellup Community Resource Centre has rooms available for hire. Please contact us for more information. The Room Hire Booking Form can be downloaded below.

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Library Resources

Do you know you can browse and reserve item in our local catalogue from the comfort of your own home. CLICK HERE to browse/reserve items in our local catalogue.

You can also download the Spydus app on  your phone or tablet to manage your current issues/reserves, or browse our catalogue from your phone.

If you are after a specific item and are unsure how to browse our catalogue or reserve an item, please pop in and ask or flick an email to library@tambellupcrc.net.au.

 

Have you heard about e – resources (e-books/e-audiobook/e-magazines)??

Did you know that you have access to millions of free e-resources as a Tambellup Library member??

These websites/phone apps have thousands of e-resources (ebooks, audiobook, movies and e-magazines) to choose from, all you need is you library barcode and a password which the library can provide (the default password is usually our postcode, please don’t hesitate in contacting us if you are unable to log on).

e-Resources are additional services that we offer to enhance the quality of your membership that can be checked out and returned online with no need to pay us a visit!

Overdrive gives you access to thousand’s of eBooks, eAudiobook and eMagazines. Download eBooks Anytime, Anywhere! WA public library and State Library members can borrow and read or download thousands of ebooks. Sign in with your library card to enjoy digital books on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or ebook reader anytime, anywhere.

BorrowBox is an award winning Australian App that enables State Library members to browse and borrow bestselling eBooks and eAudiobooks on their Apple or Android device for limited periods through digital loans.

The BorrowBox app allows you to listen to eAudiobooks and read eBooks on the go. Sign in or create an account, add your library card details and you can borrow up to six items for two weeks at a time.

Kanopy provides access to one of the most unique collections of films in the world – including award-winning documentaries, indie and foreign films, must-see classics and blockbuster movies.

This service enables library members to browse and view over 30,000 films and documentaries from top suppliers, including the BBC, Criterion Collection, Ronin Films and Madman Entertainment. Library users will have access to up to 4 films per month.

You can access the Kanopy website by clicking here or via the image above.

If using a mobile device you will need to download the Kanopy app to watch videos. Kanopy is available on Apple, Android and Roku platforms.

What is Story Box Library?

Imagine the best stories being read aloud to you by our favourite storytellers – well that’s Story Box Library!

We get kids excited about reading, inspire their imaginations and let them have fun with stories, improving their language and literacy skills along the way.

With an ever-growing library, suitable for preschool and primary aged children, it really is Storytime, Anytime!

Storybox Library is free to download from the App Store or Google Play, making stories even more accessible than before, all with your library card.

Libby is a whole new way to access OverDrive. The same great content, with a more intuitive interface and an award winning app. Don’t want to use the app? You can also access it from your computer browser: Libby

Ready to get started on Libby? An easy to follow guide can be downloaded here,

The Libby app is available from the App Store (Apple iOS) and Google Play (Android).

Download and read eMagazines free from your Library. eMagazines can be easily accessed from your computer, mobile or tablet device and you’ll be impressed with the wide selection of titles available.

As of February 2021, RBdigital Magazines moved to the Libby app (part of Overdrive)

The newest addition to our eResources, Online Book Club is a state wide program for WA public library members. Participation is free! It is similar to an in-person book club but is run online. Three books are available concurrently for a period of nine weeks, updated five times throughout the year.

The book club will have a moderator who manages the forum where discussions occur online. The moderator will pose questions to the book club, share relevant articles and facilitate conversation about topics in the book. Members will be encouraged to post and share as well. This format allows for ongoing conversation and makes it easy for readers to connect with each other through the forum.

We have created a HELP GUIDE to get you started and we are always here to help.

With hoopla your library card gives you access to over 925,000 instantly downloadable titles including audiobooks, ebooks, comics, music, movies, and TV.

Content can be streamed from any computer via the hoopla website or downloaded onto a mobile device using the hoopla digital app for iOS and Android, use this helpful guide to get started.

What’s in it for you?

  • More downloadable or streamable content, available for free!
  • Content always available 24/7
  • Borrow 6 items per calendar month
  • Instant returns, no overdues
  • 21 day loans for ebooks, audiobooks and comics
  • 7 day loans for music albums
  • 3 day loans for TV and movies
  • Kids mode available (content for kids 12 and under)
  • hoopla BingePass gives you unlimited access to great online content – with a single borrow!
  • Browse by collections, genre, formats, and more

Do you know about the Southern WA Libary Consortium?

Southern WA Library Consortium is a network of libraries in southern Western Australia. Members of a participating library are able to use their library card at any of the locations.

15 libraries within 10 local government areas currently participate in the network.

Which libraries participate in the network?

City of Albany: Albany Public Library and Wellstead Public Library

Shire of Broomehill-Tambellup: Broomehill Public Library and Tambellup Public Library

Shire of Cranbrook: Cranbrook Public Library and Frankland Public Library

Shire of Denmark: Denmark Public Library

Shire of Gnowangerup: Gnowangerup Public Library and Ongerup Public Library

Shire of Jerramungup: Bremer Bay Public Library and Jerramungup Public Library

Shire of Katanning: Katanning Public Library

Shire of Kojonup: Kojonup Public Library

Shire of Murray: Pinjarra Public Library

Shire of Plantagenet: Mount Barker Public Library

How do I borrow from another library?

You can easily borrow from another library by asking a staff member to scan your library card at one of the participating libraries. Your membership details will be confirmed and you will then be ready to borrow.

You can also request a book to be sent to your local library from a participating library. To do this, go to the Broomehill-Tambellup Library Catalogue online and simply expand your search to the Southern WA Library Consortium catalogue and reserve an item located at another library. You will be notified by your local library once the item arrives and is ready to be collected.

If you are unsure how to browse our catalogue or reserve an item, please pop in and ask or flick an email to library@tambellupcrc.net.au.