Suggest a book title
If there is a title you would love but we don’t have it, contact the library and let us know. We will do our best to source it for you.
Can’t find a book?
If you can't find a book in our collection you can borrow it from another library through us. This service is free for members. Contact the library and we will do our best to find this book for you.
DAISY player help
If you need technical help with your DAISY player please refer to the DAISY training guides. Or if you would like to book an over-the-phone DAISY training session please contact the library.
Join a book club
To join a book club, or start your own, please contact the library. Access to book clubs are available free to Vision Australia library members. We support many book clubs around Australia and supply books for them. These include public library book clubs, Seeing Eye Dog associations, U3A groups and Vision Australia Telelink book groups.
Library members can access additional audio books, eBooks, databases, references, magazines, language materials and resources from external Australian and overseas providers. These are not currently available via the Vision Australia i-access online catalogue. Some are free, some are not.
Members can contact the library to request a list of available online resources and a login.
Bookshare is a US based organisation that provides access to synthetic voice DAISY and braille format books. It has over 400,000 titles. If you are a student, or like non-fiction, Bookshare may be of interest to you.
Library members can access the Bookshare online collection for $50AUD annually + $25AUD for the initial setup. Bookshare members can download up to 100 titles a month. Find out more about Bookshare. To join Bookshare please contact the library.
Please contact the library if you have feedback on our library service including available titles, online catalogue, app, customer service, DAISY players and more.
Contact the library
For more information on Vision Australia’s Library service call 1800 005 965 or contact the Library. You can also connect with our services here.