Homework Help and beyond!

The Homework Help page provides access to online resources to help students with their homework, projects and assignments.

These resources are free to use, however, some databases such as EBSCOhost and Encyclopaedia Britannica are only available to library members.

Homework Help Resources:  


EBSCOhost's Student Research Centre

EBSCOhost is a research tool that is designed especially for students. Students can search for magazine and newspaper articles, encyclopaedia articles, biographies, country and state information, photos, videos and much more.

Library members can login using their membership barcode number.  


Reading for Australia

Reading for Australia is a place where young book lovers are encouraged to discuss and exchange stories, ideas, thoughts and information about books. Comments, book reviews, photos of your bookshelves, lists of favourites are ALL welcome.


Encyclopaedia Britannica Online

This online resource is comprised of the complete Encyclopaedia, Student Encyclopaedia and the Junior Encyclopaedia. There are more than 150,000 articles, links to over 20,000 internet sites reviewed by Britannica editors, as well as over 750 full text journals and magazines. Students can also search biographical information, a world atlas and do country comparisons. All articles are provided with full citation details.

Library members can login using their membership barcode number.  


Student Box

An online resource for school students providing revision notes, access to past exam papers, study and exam help hints and more! 


Australia's Prime Ministers

The National Archives Australia's Prime Ministers website is a reference of Australia's political history. You can look at the evidence in the original documents, check the facts, discover some intriguing stories and find collections with original material for each Prime Minister of Australia.


Inside a Dog

A place for teen readers; written by teenagers for teenagers. Here you can find information about great reads, write reviews about books you loved or hated, read authors' thoughts about reading and writing and discuss hot topics.  



The Cybersmart program is a national cyber-safety education program promoting online safety for children and young people.

The world online is powerful and engaging for young people and adults alike, offering a wealth of opportunity. The Cybersmart program enables children, parents, carers, teachers and library staff to manage online risks so their experiences are safe and positive.  

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