Australian National and State Libraries
The Australian National Library and all Australian State and Territory libraries subscribe to journal databases for the use of their registered members.
Australian National Library
The National Library of Australia subscribes to a number of databases, accessible online from outside the library, including business, literature, arts, social science, health and multidisciplinary databases. You must have a National Library of Australia library card. To be eligible for a standard library card you must live in Australia and supply an Australian residential address.
More databases are available from inside the National Library.
Northern Territory Library
State Library of New South Wales
State Library of Queensland
The State Library of Queensland provides access to a large number of authoritative eresources: online journals, newspapers, magazines and websites.
All eresources can be accessed at State Library and most are also accessible 24/7 away from State Library with either an SLQ library card or a Queensland Public Library (QPL) account. Visit the membership page to register.
State Library of South Australia
The State Library provides home access to a number of full text eResources on a wide range of subjects including business, health and family history. Home access means that registered users can access these eResources from outside the Library. This service is available to South Australian residents for home or personal use only.
State Library of Western Australia
Western Australian residents who are members of their state library can access State Library of Western Australia eResources, which include online journals, magazines, e-Books, or current and historical newspapers.
To access these eresources you must:
- be a Western Australian resident
- be a registered member of the State Library
- read the eresources conditions of use.
National Libraries around the world
If you are not in Australia, you may be able to use electronic resources in a National Library or equivalent in the country you are living in.
For example, the British Library provides Electronic Resources for researchers.