Combined libraries hold one of the largest catalogues in the State

Central Coast Mayor, Clr Jane Smith, with branch supervisor Mr Darryl Kane

The region’s library services have been upgraded by Central Coast Council.
A new management system has been launched which allows members to access one of the largest catalogues in the State, with the one library card.
Thanks to the upgrade, current members will be able to access all libraries across the region, instantly doubling the amount of resources available.
There are now more than 320,000 items available through 11 branches and two community branches, including books, DVDs, magazines, large print books, graphic novels and CDs, as well as online resources.
Members will now be able to reserve available items for free.
A small cost will still be incurred to reserve items on loan.

Source:
Email, Oct 27
Central Coast Council media

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