Public PC Access
Public PC access is available in the Burnside Library. Patrons can log in for a total of three hours per day using their library card and its associated PIN. Each session is limited to one hour at a time.
Guest passes are also available for temporary users.
Library patrons can access free wireless Internet within the library using their own device. Users will need to connect to network called LibrariesSA_Free. After connecting, the patron will need to accept the conditions of use on the sign-in page. Once connected, there is no time limit for use, however there is a download limit of 5GB per day. Please see staff at the library information desk for assistance connecting to the network if necessary.
Library users are able to access mobile printing at the Burnside Library! There are a few ways to utilise this service. Please see below for details on each method. Library membership is not required to access this service. Please see staff at the library information desk for assistance if required.
Using your web browser:
Please visit https://www.printeron.net/cob/main using your preferred web browser.
PrinterOn app for smart devices:
Install the app PrinterOn from your device’s app store. Available on iOS or Android.
Direct email to printers:
While the above methods are generally preferred for most documents, patrons are also able to send directly to the desired printer email using either of the addresses listed below. Please note that the actual email content and any attachments will come through as separate print documents.
A4 B&W Single-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A4 B&W Double-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A4 Colour Single-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A4 Colour Double-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A3 B&W Single-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A3 B&W Double-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A3 Colour Single-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
A3 Colour Double-Sided
email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Printing in library:
Patrons are able to print using the public PCs provided in the library. Simply log in to the public PCs as detailed above, then send your jobs to print as normal. An extra window will pop up detailing the cost of the print job. Press OK. Your print job will be sent to the print release stations ready to be printed. The print release stations are located next the the printers. Open up the print release stations using your library card, and you will see any print jobs you had sent using that card. Highlight the desired print jobs and the screen will give you the total cost of all the prints you want to release. Deposit that amount or more in coins or notes into the coin box beside the printer, and press print on the screen. The selected print jobs will begin printing, and the coin box will return your change in coins. Please see staff at the library information desk for assistance if required.
*please note that the coin boxes will not take 5c or 50c coins, nor will it take any more than a total of $20 at a time.
Photocopiers are available to the public in the library. To use this service, place your coins or notes into the coin box beside the photocopier, then use the photocopier as normal. Its default setting is a single-sided, portrait A4 black and white copy, but this can be changed to the desired settings using the screen on the photocopier. Once you have finished your copying, press the 'coin return' button on the coin box for any left over change. A library membership is not required to access this service. Please see staff at the library information desk for assistance if required.
Photocopying and Printing Prices:
||Cost per page
| A4 Black & White Single-Sided
| A4 Black & White Double-Sided
| A4 Colour Single-Sided
| A4 Colour Double-Sided
| A3 Black & White Single-Sided
| A3 Black & White Double-Sided
| A3 Colour Single-Sided
| A3 Colour Double-Sided
Scanning direct to USB flash drive is available at the photocopiers and is free of charge. If you need to borrow a USB flash drive, please see staff at the information desk. Please note that they are only for use in library, and are not able to be taken home. Please see staff at the library information desk for assistance if required.
Burnside Library holds on to a small selection of current newspapers for reference within the library.
Held for one week:
- The Advertiser
- The Australian
- The Financial Review
- The Sunday Mail
Held for one month:
- The Saturday Paper
- The Saturday Age
*Please note that certain newspaper inserts are held behind the desk. If you are looking for one and it is not among the papers in the reading area, please see staff at the library information desk.