National Simultaneous Storytime is an annual campaign that aims to encourage more young Australians to read and enjoy books. It is a colourful, vibrant, fun event that aims to promote the value of reading and literacy, using an Australian children's book.

The book for this year is Matt Cosgrove’s ‘Alpacas with Maracas’.

Deniliquin Library will be taking part in National Simultaneous Storytime at 11am on Wednesday, 22nd May.



Struggling with your computer, tablet or phone? Do you have specific questions on using a computer or mobile device?

The Deniliquin Library offers weekly one-on-one help sessions on Thursdays.

Staff will provide up to 30 minutes of assistance on one problem or question per visit.

Contact the Deniliquin Library to make an appointment.

All sessions are free! Bookings essential!



Singing songs and rhymes with accompanying actions aimed at newborn to 3 year old, BabyBounce is held 11am Tuesdays.

Stories, Songs & Craft aimed at 3 to 6 year olds, Storytime is held each Wednesday 11am (excluding school holidays) at Deniliquin Library.



Central Murray Regional Library is proud to partner with Be Connected to give its borrowers access to a range of online learning resources.

Discover how being online can add new skills and experiences to your life.

Be Connected is an Australian government initiative committed to increasing the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians. Be Connected aims to empower everyone to use the internet and everyday technology to thrive in our digital world.

Through the Be Connected online resources, Australians will be able to learn the basics of using digital devices and engaging with the internet.

Be Connected is not just a website; it is a national movement working across Australia, within communities, to help people with their digital skills. Our Network Partners are the local arm of Be Connected, and offer in-person help and support to older Australians who are disengaged with digital technology.

Australians with low internet skills can often feel isolated from their community and family at a time in their lives when feeling connected is increasingly important. Be Connected aims to change this through a family and community centred approach by supporting community organisations that are committed to digital inclusion and supporting older Australians bridge the digital divide. Be Connected also supports families to mentor a relative or friend to help them be more connected online.

The Being Connected Website can be accessed from any of the public computers in the library or using your own device.


You can now borrow and download free eAudiobooks and eBooks from Central Murray Regional Library’s online Bolinda Digital collection.  Go to the eResources page in this website and follow the links

Use your card number as the user (ie:C123456) and your date of birth with no spaces and the full year as your password (ie:01012001)

eAudiobooks are downloaded as a MP3 file and will play on all compatible MP3 devices.

eBooks are in the ePUB format and can be read on compatible devices.


Want a book but can’t find in it the library? Did you know that Central Murray Regional Library members can request an

Inter-Library Loan from another library?

‘Reading Wish List’ bookmarks are also available at the front desk for library borrowers to suggest a item for the library to buy.


Do you enjoy socialising, knitting or any other crafty projects as well as a cuppa and a chat?
Why not drop in and show us what you’ve been up to, it’s a great way to catch up with friends.

The Library Knitting Group is held at the Deniliquin Library each Monday at 2pm and is seeking new members.


Did you know the Deniliquin Library in conjunction with the Deniliquin Genealogy Society has a new ST ViewScan? What does that mean though? Well, we carry microfilms including the Pastoral Times Newspapers dating back to 1859 available for our borrowers.

The ST ViewScan is a completely digital media unit that allows you to scan through microfilm as quickly or slowly as you like, rewind, fast-forward, print, or save in a variety of easily usable formats. Easy-to-use ergonomic grip and computer monitor display allow you to quickly navigate through microfilm and adjust, rearrange and straighten any display. In addition our ST ViewScan is connected to a computer with internet access making it easy to email your saved images to a familiar email address or save them to a disk or flash drive for ease of transit! Look no further than your local Library for genealogical research or articles of ages past! The ST ViewScan is an industry leader in Digital Film Viewers/Scanners!

The ST ViewScan was purchased with thanks to the Histories Uncovered Grant offered by the State Library NSW.

The ST Viewscan incorporates state of the art technology enabling the fast and efficient viewing,

scanning and digitisation of microfilm, microfiche and aperture cards.



The library is pleased to inform you that after working hard updating our Find Legal Answers collection we have now received almost all current issues for our toolkit.

Find Legal Answers is a free legal information service for communities in New South Wales and is provided by NSW State Library. Information is available at both Deniliquin and Mathoura branches as hard copy or online via the library website and at

The Find Legal Answers tool kit is a collection of plain language books to answer everyday questions about the law.

Subjects include renting, wills and estates, family law, drink driving, facing a criminal charge in court, neighbours


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@2pm: Knitting Group



@11am: BabyBounce



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



10am - 4pm: Genealogy Information Day



@10am: Chess Club

@10am: LEGO Group

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What’s On

Our libraries are about more than just books and reading.

Central Murray Regional Libraries hosts many special events throughout the year for people of all ages. Storytelling, children's holiday activities, community displays, travelling exhibitions as well as visits from authors and illustrators add up to a full calendar for our library users.