@2pm: Knitting Group



@11am: BabyBounce



@11am: Children’s Storytime  (excluding School Holidays)



10am - 4pm: Genealogy Information Day



@10am: Chess Club

@10am: LEGO Group

@ your library

Volunteers are vital to our library.  

If you are able to help in providing help by becoming a volunteer please contact us.

03 58983100


Services available at Deniliquin Library include:

¨ Books, including bestsellers, magazines, videos and talking books for loan;

¨ Free Internet access. There are 6 PCs available - bookings advisable;

¨ Reference Services - specialising free legal information, health & medical information and Australian Bureau of Statistics information;

¨ Photocopier; Colour / Black & White

¨ Fax services;

¨ Local and family history resources, including access to the Deniliquin Pastoral Times 1859 - to date, a microfilm reader printer and a PC with BDM records and NSW State Archives;

¨ Legal Information Access Centre

¨ Inter-Library loans;

¨ Housebound readers service (Books on Wheels) - free to qualifying members;

¨ Book covering service;

¨ Internet and e-mail training - $35 per hour for individual tuition, or for groups by negotiation - ask for details from the staff;

¨ Children's' services including free Storytime, Babybounce, LEGO Group and School Holiday Activities.

LIAC (legal information access centre)

Deniliquin Library offers a wide range of legal information, including a Legal Information Access Centre (LIAC). LIAC provides the public with relevant, up-to-date and understandable information about the law and includes topics such as: Tax Law, Business Law, Social Security, Indigenous Legal Issues and more.

The library does not offer any legal advice.

Visit Deniliquin Library to find out more about the Law

* View some of the titles in our Deniliquin LIAC here: Legal Tool Kit; Law Books for Public Libraries

* Check out the free pamphlets in our foyer

* For further legal information, visit the NSW State Library LIAC site or search the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW

LIAC is a joint initiative of the State Library of New South Wales and the Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales that was established in 1990.

Books on Wheels

Do you love to read, but have difficulty getting to the library, due to circumstances beyond your control? Maybe we can help.

Library staff select books, magazines and Audio Books (talking books) that volunteers deliver to your home on a monthly basis to library patrons who are unable to get to the library.

Friends or relatives can collect books and other items on your behalf.  These services are free to people unable to get to the library.

We have a good selection of Audio Books (CD) as well as books in large print for people who find ordinary print too small.

To sign up for the Books on Wheels program, call the library (03) 5898 3100. The best time to call is between 11am and 5pm on a weekday.








Computer Access


Can I use computers at the Library?

Public libraries provide free access to the Internet as part of their mission to meet the information needs of their communities.

Computers with a range of software and internet access are available for free use by Library members at all of our branches.

Computer bookings

· Computers can be booked by phone or in person at any branch

· There is a maximum of 1 hour per customer per day for Internet and games

· Word processing and Genealogy sessions may be booked for 2 hours per day

· Only two people may be seated at any one computer at a time to make a booking or enquiry.

Internet and computer courses

We offer training courses in basic computer and Internet use. No prior knowledge is required, and the courses are held in comfortable small groups. Senior citizens are welcome. There may be a fee for training courses, and we’ll provide you with course notes to take home.

Don’t wonder what it’s all about any more! Contact us to make a booking or enquiry.

Guidelines for parents

Parents and guardians are responsible for their children’s access to library resources, including electronically available resources. Library users under the age of 16 must provide the signed consent of their parents/guardians before using the computers.

Below are points from  Central Murray Regional Library’s rules for online safety, which are a suggested basis for parents/guardians to discuss with their children before giving signed consent for use of library computers.

· I will not give out personal information such as my address, telephone number, parent’s work address/telephone number, or the name and location of my school without my parents’ permission.

· I will tell my parents right away if I come across any information that makes me feel uncomfortable.

· I will never agree to get together with someone I “meet” online without first checking with my parents. If my parents agree to the meeting, I will be sure that it is in a public place and bring my father or mother along.

· I will never send a person my picture or anything else without first checking with my parents.

· I will not respond to any messages that are mean or in any way make me feel uncomfortable. It is not my fault if I get a message like that. If I do I will tell my parents right away so that they can contact the online service.

· I will talk to my parents to that we can set up rules for going online, and appropriate areas for me to visit. I will not access other areas or break these rules without their permission.