The Library aims to:

  • Provide teachers with the relevant expertise and support they need to develop information-literate students
  • Provide students with learning contexts, processes and skills as well as opportunities for personal growth
  • Provide up-to-date, quality print and electronic collections, excellent services and functional facilities to support and enrich the curriculum requirements of Marist Regional College
  • Provide a welcoming, studious and congenial environment to support both the informational and relaxation needs of Marist Regional College
  • Develop, maintain and promote a quality fiction collection to encourage student and staff enjoyment and enthusiasm in reading, while catering to a wide range of interests and ability levels

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 8.15 am – 4.30 pm

Also open during school term holidays 9 am – 4 pm

Library information booklet 2016 Library information booklet 2016 (1765 KB)

Online Resources

Library Catalogue – search the school library’s resources.

Online Databases – access to our collection of Online Databases (username/password information provided). Databases include: A-Z World Cultures, Australian History & Reference Library, Global Issues in Context, Science in Context, World History in Context, Library Webs and Britannica.

Clickview Online - watch videos and access worksheets on your own device or from home. Login information is available from the Library.

Wheelers eBooks – register as a Marist Library user to borrow an excellent selection of ebooks in epub and pdf formats.

LINC Tasmania – includes links and access to a variety of research tools and databases and the State Library’s catalogue.

Goodreads – keep track of what you have read, create virtual bookshelves, find like-minded readers, share reviews, find great reads, join book clubs and more.

Inside a Dog – a great place for teen readers.  Find great reads, share reviews, discuss books, read author posts, create book clubs and more.

Skills Guides

Borrowing eBooks - find out how to register and download electronic books from the Marist Library eBook collection.

Please Contact:

Librarian Catherine Woodberry for more information and with any general enquiries