Databases

PressReader

Read thousands of the world’s most popular newspapers and magazines on your mobile device or computer. Access full-text local, national and international publications. An email address and password are required to register. Download the app or go to the website, create an account using the Library or Group option and search for Fraser Coast Regional Council. Select our logo and sign in with your library membership number.

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Download the IOS App

Download the Android App   

State Library of Queensland Databases 

State Library of Queensland offers access to free eResources in its catalogue including: journal articles, newspapers, company and industry data, music scores, sound recordings, eBooks, eJournals, encyclopedias and directories.

You need to create a State Library of Queensland Membership to use these resources. 

National Geographic Virtual Library 

As journalism's most trusted name in exploration and discovery, National Geographic Virtual Library (NVGL) supports a range of scholarly research needs in the areas of science, history, technology, the environment, cultures, and more. NGVL brings the National Geographic Society to the library in a cross-searchable platform that fits the way today's students and patrons conduct their research. 

Koori Mail Collection 

The Koori Mail provides a digital collection of news, views, advertisements and other material of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and Australians interested in indigenous affairs. 

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 

ABS provides statistical data on a wide range of economic and social matters, serving government, business and the general population. 

The Queensland Law Handbook 

The Queensland Law Handbook is a comprehensive and user-friendly legal resource. It has been written by more than 50 Queensland legal experts and offers plain advice about rights and responsibilities and where to go for further assistance. 

History of your home

Brisbane City Council’s research guide gives you 10 methods you can use to research the history of your home

Each method focuses on a different research topic and gives you easy to follow steps and tips about specific research issues. 

Corley Explorer

Explore over 61000 photographs of Queensland houses from the 1960s and 70s, from the State Library of Queensland's Corley Collection.