eNewspapers and eMagazines

Access eNewspapers and eMagazines for FREE with your library membership.

The State Library subscribes to many newspapers in electronic format. These titles include regional Western Australian newspapers, a selection of Australian newspapers and many titles from around the world. All titles are available on the catalogue computers in the State Library. Members can also access eNewspapers from home.

The State Library members and WA Public Library members also have access to selected eMagazines via OverDrive.

Browse the State Library's collection of eNewspapers or search the catalogue to see what newspaper titles are available. Highlighted collections are listed below:

Access to the West Australian

The content published by Seven West Media (current and back issues) is no longer available through PressReader. This is a change made by Seven West Media and PressReader. We acknowledge the frustration and disappointment that clients are experiencing as a result of this change.

Current access options:

  • Online access for the current day West Australian is available onsite only via The West Australian online platform.
  • Physical copies including the current day newspaper are available to read in the State Library or through local public libraries across the State.
  • Online access to The West Australian from July 2004 to yesterday remains available through The West Australian Archive Digital Editions.

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PressReader is an online collection of nearly 6000 current international newspapers and magazines from all over the world in over 60 languages. 

Provides access to a digital reproduction edition of the West Australian newspaper from July 2004 or the Sunday Times newspaper from November 2018 until yesterday as they were originally published

Libby is the mobile app to access the OverDrive collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines titles available to Western Australian Public Libraries.

Flipster is a digital magazine subscription comprising 29 popular best-selling titles such as Australian Personal Computer, Australian Women's Weekly, Choice, Marie Claire and Money.

Contemporary Titles

Historical Titles

Access Type
With a State Library card
Money magazine is Australia's longest-running, highest-selling and most-read personal finance magazine. Money magazine provides credible, independent, easy-to-understand financial advice to help its readers save money and make the most of their investments.
Access Type
With a State Library card

National Geographic Kids provides access to material from all National Geographic publications suited to children up the ages of 14, including videos, articles and images.

Access Type
With a State Library card

The National Geographic Virtual Library contains a digital reproduction of articles and photos from all National Geographic publications documenting life on our planet with articles on culture, global events, nature, science, technology, exploration, discovery and the environment.

Access Type
With a State Library card
Popular Mechanics helps the reader master the modern world, presenting trusted information about homes, cars, technology and the world around us. With tool tests, building projects, car reviews and more.
Access Type
With a State Library card

PressReader is an online collection of nearly 6000 current international newspapers and magazines from all over the world in over 60 languages. 

Please note that PressReader is only accessible via the website at this time.

Access Type
With a State Library card
Publishers Weekly magazine is the definitive professional resource covering every aspect of book publishing and book selling. Publishers Weekly covers the creation, production, marketing and sale of the written word in book, audio, video and electronic formats.
Access Type
With a State Library card
Renew magazine provides readers with all the latest emerging technologies, trends, products and best practice in sustainable living from Australia and around the world.
Access Type
With a State Library card
Rolling Stone is the most iconic brand in music. Rolling Stone Australia magazine offers music, culture and social commentary on the things that matter.
Access Type
With a State Library card

Sanctuary is Australia's premier magazine for people looking to build and renovate sustainably. Each edition includes floor plans on sustainable new homes and renovations and profiles the work of Australia's leading environmental architects and designers.

Access Type
With a State Library card

Science, also widely referred to as Science magazine, is the peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and one of the world's top academic journals.

Access Type
With a State Library card

Science Illustrated is one of the most authoritative, most accessible and most expansive magazines about science and the natural world.

Access Type
With a State Library card

Science News is an American bi-weekly magazine devoted to short articles about new scientific and technical developments, typically from recent scientific and technical journals.

Access Type
With a State Library card

Science Reference Center contains full text for hundreds of science magazines, journals, encyclopedias, reference books and a vast collection of images from National Geographic, UPI, Getty, NASA and Nature Picture Library.

Access Type
With a State Library card

Scientific American is the authority on science and technology for a general audience, with coverage that explains how research changes our understanding of the world and shapes our lives.

Access Type
With a State Library card
TechLife makes computer technology accessible to people who share an enthusiasm for new technology and what it can do. Techlife focuses on how technology can help you rather than on product specs.
Access Type
With a State Library card
Australia's wilderness adventure magazine. Published continuously since 1981, Wild continues to produce highquality, educational and inspirational stories about bushwalking, conservation and wilderness areas.
This page last updated on 3 March 2022