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Hearing system signage at the State Library. Photo by Emma Winch.
All entrances and areas in the State Library building at South Bank are wheel-chair accessible. Additional facilities include:
State Library offers a range of adaptive technology devices to enable people with disability to use the collections and resources. Please note no bookings are needed to use these resources. They include:
Adaptive technology computers are available on levels 2-4. These provide access to:
Wheel-chair accessible public access computers are available at The Edge (in the Digital Media Lab and Fabrication Lab) and on levels 1-4 of the State Library building at South Bank.
State Library membership is required for computer access.
Further assistance is available, whether online, by phone or in person, through the Ask Us service.