Digital Library - 24/7

Whatever your age or interest, our library staff can always help you to find something new. A wide range of materials are offered for your reading, watching and listening pleasure, including those in specialist areas.

The following links provide access to digital resources including audio books, ebooks, magazines, documentaries and music:

RB-DigitalE-Audiobooks, over a 100 E-magazines, and loads of comics for you to download.  
BorrowBoxDownload E-Books and E-Audiobooks for FREE, Borrowbox also has access to exclusive Australian content
FreegalAccess the full library of Sony Music content and download 5 songs for FREE and keep every week.
Beam-a-filmStream as many independent films and documentaries as you like.
Ebsco E-BooksDownload and read a huge range of Non-fictions books.
Storybox Library

The best place to watch celebrated stories read aloud by your favorite storytellers.


The following links provide access to online databases providing information to help guide your reading interests:

Academic Search
Full text of more than 2,100 journals
Access the full ancestry site for FREE when on Library Computers or WI-FI
Australia/NZ Reference
Australian and international magazines and newspaper articles
Points of View
A series of essays that present multiple sides of a current issue
Consumer Health
Articles covering areas of health and wellness
Find My Past
Fully of amazing family history resources and documents from the UK and Europe. Access for Free when using the Library Computers or WI-FI
Environmental effects of individuals, corporations and Governments
History Reference Centre
A range of articles covering ancient and modern history
Hobbies and Craft
All about Hobbies and Crafts
Library and information management resource
Over 2,100 general reference publications
Find reviews and suggestions for authors, series and books
Science Reference
Science oriented content
State Library of NSW eResources
Your Singleton Library card gives you access to the State Library of NSW online resources, including local and international newspapers, full-text journals, magazines, online databases, eBooks and eAudiobooks.


The Resource Development Plan serves as a guide for the selection and retention of materials for the library’s collection. We acknowledge the important role of the community in resource development by inviting suggestions for purchase, monitoring requests and evaluating the collections on an ongoing basis.