We would love you to join our Library! Membership is free and available to people who have a print disability.
As a member of the Vision Australia library you can access an exciting range of reading materials including audio books, magazines, newspapers, Braille, podcasts, journals, references, language resources and more.
Members can login to the i-access® online library catalogue here.
Thousands of titles across many genres including:
Reading technology guides
Learn how to operate a DAISY player with the following training manuals. If you have any questions about the machines or these guides, please contact us.
Suggest a book title
If there is a title you would love but we don’t have it, contact the library and let us know. We will do our best to source it for you.
Can’t find a book?
If you can't find a book in our collection you can borrow it from another library through us. This service is free for members. Contact the library and we will do our best to find this book for you.
Vision Australia Information Library Service
Library membership enquiries
1800 005 965
Library general enquiries
1300 654 656
Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.30pm AEST
PO Box 1047, Hawthorn VIC 3122
454 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong VIC 3144
The January 2018 disc magazines will be the last editions on disc.
If you are currently receiving any magazines in disc, and would like to continue receiving magazines beyond the January editions, please phone the Library on 1300 654 656 to discuss transitioning to online delivery.
The Vision Australia Library has a variety of resources and services for young people who are blind, have low vision or have a print disability.
A print disability means you are blind or have low vision; you are unable to hold or manipulate books; you are unable to focus or move your eyes e.g. MS, stroke, severe arthritis; you have a perceptual disability e.g. dyslexia or a visual processing disorder.
Youth audio books
A range of titles to choose from across a range of genres.
At the Vision Australia Feelix Library, children from a young age can enjoy stories with their parents and siblings, and learn about braille.
Reading plays a key role in the learning and development of any child, and Feelix helps children learn and develop in a unique, sensory way to support literacy.
Children 0-7 years old who are blind or have low vision can become a member of the Feelix Library.
Joining the Library
- Who can join?
- How much does it cost to join?
- How can I join?
- Can I join on behalf of a family member?
- Can I join on behalf of a school or organisation?
- Why do I need to provide an alternative contact?
- Who can be a referee (general and DVA)?
- Does my referee need to sign the application form?