The Age library edition
The digital edition of The Age contains every page, article, photo, table, advertisement and cartoon published in the printed edition. Content is available from 2006 and is updated regularly.
You will need to be logged in with your library membership number (starting with C or 23162) and PIN and go to 'View resource online' to access this.
OverDrive magazines through Libby app
OverDrive is a leading digital reading platform for libraries worldwide and creator of the Libby app.
- Magazine loans will automatically expire at the end of the loan period and your loan will return.
- You can renew your magazine loan if you haven't finished reading it.
- Up to 3 years of back issues will be available to borrow for some titles.
The RBdigital platform was discontinued on 31 March 2021.
Flipster (for Choice magazine)
Choice magazine is available through Flipster digital magazine newsstand. Watch our video about how to use Flipster for Choice.
Which smartphone or washing machine should you buy? Choice provides independent consumer advice you can trust.
Download and install Flipster
Good Reading Hub
This hub for book lovers is from the publishers of "Good Reading Magazine"
Find loads of articles about books and authors plus independent reviews of the latest books. There are many by Australian and New Zealand authors, as well as some old favourites that we need to be reminded of, just because they are so good!
Listen to podcasts, keep up with the latest book news and find the best books for kids. All in one place.
Press Reader offers you unlimited premium access to newspapers, magazines and other digital content from more than 100 countries across the world. Watch our video about how to use Press Reader.
Download and install the Press Reader app for your device
Fairfax Digital Replica Newspapers
Note: Available only at Carnegie Library and Community Centre, Caulfield Library, Elsternwick Library and McKinnon Library and Youth Services Pop Up (while Bentleigh Library is closed for redevelopment).
With no logins, no passwords or apps required, it's a simple way to stay up to date with local, national and international news. Great for students too.
These are interactive and searchable replicas of the current and archive issues of the printed edition. View the whole paper and browse past editions, read offline and 'clip a page' to save or print an article.