Shire of Augusta Margaret River Libraries

Your library can help you with that homework!

If you need help with your homework, your library can assist you with free, one-on-one online tutoring via Studiosity

Get help with maths, English, science and more – just have your library card handy to log in. Tutors can provide assistance from year 3 through to TAFE and early university levels.

Click here for more information about Studiosity and other educational support available with your library membership.



Keep it short

This selection of new short stories will appeal to those who enjoy well constructed plots but don’t have the time or energy to commit to a full length novel.

Stories range from the speculative and experimental fiction; from thriller to Australian literature.

Click on the item to place a reservation or visit our catalogue for more options.

Do you like reading magazines?

Our online collection of magazines has moved from RBDigital to Overdrive.

All the same great titles are still available, and you have a choice of apps to use to read them:

Libby – great if you like a modern interface and a wide range of functionalities. Start on the home page. Scroll down until you come to Popular Australian Magazines. You can download the magazines to your device so that you can enjoy them when you’re offline.

Overdrive (the classic app) – for those of us who prefer a more traditional app layout. Click in Collections then scroll down to Magazines. You will only be able to read the magazines while online if you choose this app.

Click here to find out more about this and other e-resources that are available with your library membership.

And if you would like to view a video tutorial that is specific to your device and can guide you through the installation process,  click here!

Action packed Historical Thrillers

If you are a fan of action-thriller authors like Preston & Child, Matthew Reilly, Dan Brown or Andy McDermott, you might enjoy the books by Steve Berry.

Berry’s historical thrillers mix facts, theories, conspiracies and a lot of action.

His main character, Cotton Malone, appears in many of his novels, and as they stand alone, you can read them in any order.

Click on the image to place a hold on the item.

You can also find some of his books in Audio Format on CloudLibrary

Book illustration workshop at the Augusta Library

Wednesday 14th April, 1 – 4pm

This 3 hour illustration workshop is an interactive introductory course exploring children’s book art. Discover methods for designing characters, creative drawing systems and the step-by-step process in creating an illustration. Gabriel Evans also presents informative and entertaining insights into being a successful children’s picture book illustrator and author. Listed are covers of some of his latest publications.

Aimed at adults (any age over 17) This event is free but bookings are essential as space is limited. RSVP to or Ph: 9780 5600

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Margaret River Library

Fearn Avenue, Margaret River WA 6285
Phone: (08) 9780 5600