Photocopying, Printing and Scanning

Self-Service Kiosk  

A self-service kiosk is available for our library users to print computer guest passes, easily print documents, photocopy and scan.

Once a document is sent to print. Scan your library card, guest pass or enter your job ID number to access your printing at the kiosk. The kiosk can also print documents from USB.

The user can load money onto their library card, guest pass or pay directly for printing and photocopying.

Payment can be made on the kiosk via cash or eftpos. When money is loaded onto the guest pass it is only available for 24 hours and then it is wiped.  It is recommended to load money onto your library card, which can be used at any time or pay directly. If using the cash function, please make sure to use the exact amount as the kiosk does not give change.

If you are needing help at any time using the kiosk, please ask our friendly staff.


Photocopying is available in black-and-white and colour. Please use the self-service kiosk for payment and ask a library staff member for help with copying if required. Photocopying charges vary please see information on Fees and Charges for more details.


We have printers available either log on to a computer with your library card number and PIN or a guest pass, you can also print from your own device.

Printing charges need to be paid before printing is released. The self-service kiosk allows you to pay and release printing. The front desk can also release printing with your library card, guest pass or Job ID number. Please see information on Fees and Charges for details on costs.

The library offers large A3 printing on request, please talk to staff to access this service.

Bring Your Own Device Printing (BYOD Printing) 

You can send a print job from anywhere (including your personal device in the library, or your computer at home).

  1. Create a new email message. Leave the Subject field blank.
  2. Either:
    Attach a file (e.g., PDF, Word, JPG, Photo) to the email. Only the attachments will print, any content in the body of the email will be ignored. You can send multiple attachments in the same email.

Or print the email contents.
If there is no file attachment, the system will assume you wish to have the body content of the email printed instead.

  1. Send the email to
  2. After a few minutes, you will receive a reply confirming that your print job has been received. This reply will also contain a unique Job ID number. This Job ID number is valid for 24 hours then it is permanently deleted.
  3. Come to the library within 24 hours and enter the Job ID number at the self-service kiosk to pay and release your printing. The kiosk does allow the option to preview your print job. The front desk can also release printing and take payment. Please see information on Fees and Charges for more details.


Scanning to email or USB is available and free of charge, please ask library staff for assistance.