State Library of Queensland eResources

State Library of Queensland eResources

Did you know that as a resident of Queensland you can join the State Library?  Membership provides access to a variety of online resources including educational databases for research, eMagazines, and digital newspapers! State Library of Queensland from Home can be accessed here (this page opens in a new window). 

Registering for a State Library of Queensland membership is quick and easy via an online form here; you will need to provide your full name, residential address, and email address.

Your username and password will be specific to State Library of Queensland and not related in any way to your Gladstone Regional Libraries membership details (nor to any of our own eLibrary resources you may have already joined).

Need help to access our eLibrary resources or State Library eresources at home?  Phone one of our Gladstone Regional Libraries branches for assistance.

eNews and eMagazines

As a State Library of Queensland member you can access a variety of online newspapers including, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and a variety of Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian titles. Go to the top of this page for membership details.

Australia & New Zealand Newsstream has online newspapers from the late 1990s, including all Queensland regional newspapers. The content is text only so images aren’t included. Click here for more information or help with searching ANZ Newsstream. 

PressReader is free to access as a State Library of Queensland member and provides access to digitised copies of a variety of newspapers and magazines from around the world, with full text and images. 

For more newspapers: choose the type of newspapers you want to read from the contemporary newspapers drop-down list or opt for some older historical newspapers to read online. See the top of this page for how to join State Library of Queensland.

Research Databases

State Library of Queensland’s membership includes online access, from home, to databases for research or education.  The range of databases covers a wide variety of subjects including: health, history, law, science, and music. The content comes from reliable sources such as peer reviewed journals, published books, newspapers, or websites.