The library will not be staffed from Anzac Day, Thursday 25th April, until Monday 29th April 2019 as the librarian is on leave. The library will be closed to the public at this time and will reopen Tuesday, 30th April.
The library has a small collection of books and DVDs on the Australian military, listed at this link. Please contact the library if you would like to borrow any of them.
Image: Will you fight now or wait for this. World War I recruitment poster designed by Norman Lindsay
Audio books – lounging around on top of furniture or driving long distances – the library is delighted to offer you a collection of audio books to add aural pleasure to your current status.
The collection is only small at present, the available titles are listed here.
To find out how to download the audio books, please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org for the password and instructions.
Almost 18 months ago the NSW Rural Fire Service joined forces with the National Library of Australia to digitise the entire collection of the Bush Fire Bulletin dating back to September 1952. This resulted in all editions of the historical archived collection of the Bush Fire Bulletin being available online and fully searchable.
Unfortunately, there was no coverage of our bulletin in the mid 1970s. This gap no longer exists with the digitisation of the Sitrep Bulletin from 1976 to 1978. During these years the State Emergency Services of New South Wales and the Bush Fire Council of New South Wales produced this joint publication that incorporated both our Bush Fire Bulletin and the SES Bulletin.
Browse the Sitrep publication online using this link or search the Bush Fire Bulletin and Sitrep in Trove by using the search box in the image above and clicking Go. More information on searching can be located on the Bush Fire Bulletin website or contacting your library.