eMagazines & journals

eMagazines

Zinio Digital Magazines

Zinio - the world's largest newsstand - is now available to Library members!

Zinio allows you to browse through complete issues of your favourite magazines on your PC or Mac, or on your iPhone, iPad or Android device.

Our collection has over 100 titles, including:

  • Australian Women's Weekly
  • Gardening Australia
  • Good Health
  • Inked
  • Inside Sport
  • Lonely Planet Traveller
  • Marie Claire (Aust.)
  • Men's Health (Aust.)
  • Queensland Brides
  • Rolling Stone (Aust.)
  • Woman's Day (Aust.)

Download the Zinio for Libraries* app from the App Store or Google Play Store.

*The Zinio for Libraries app is only a tool for reading Zinio magazines.  All eMagazines must first be borrowed and checked out using the Zinio Digital Magazines link in a browser (on a PC/Mac or a device).

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Library PressDisplay

Access full text display of popular Australian and international magazine titles.

Library PressDisplay includes full text, immediate access to:

  • Australian Traveller
  • Country Style
  • Delicious
  • Donna Hay
  • GQ (Australia)
  • Vogue (Australia)
  • plus more

Download the Press Reader app from the appropriate store to get your news on the go!  See our factsheet for further information.

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Journals

State Library of Queensland eJournals

Over 70,000 journals that you can browse or search by title, subject or publisher. Includes article finder to help you link to the full text if you have a citation.

Includes access to journals such as Harvard Business Review.

State Library of Queensland registration is required to access eJournals in full.

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National Library of Australia eResources

Use eResources to locate indexes, full-text eJournals, websites and guides available through the National Library of Australia on a range of topics.

Includes access to Australian Financial Review.

National Library of Australia registration is required for full access to eResources.

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