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Computers for public use
Public computer access at our nine libraries provides up to three hours internet use total per day per person (dependant on PC availability at that location).
Access to PCs and photocopying is by using your Canterbury-Bankstown Library card. You can join at any library for free with photo ID/ proof of name and address.
Under 16 years of age must have a parent authority to join the library. Lost cards can be replaced at a cost of $3 with photo ID/ proof of name and address.
Children 12 years and under must be supervised by an Adult/Guardian (over 18 years) at all times while using computers and the internet.
Using our computers is free, but we do charge for photocopying and printing. The prices are shown in the table below.
Photocopying and printing
Wireless printing is available at Campsie, Earlwood, Lakemba and Riverwood Libraries via the Library App.
Scanning is free. At Bankstown, Chester Hill, Greenacre, Panania and Padstow Libraries you can only scan to USB, but at Campsie, Earlwood, Lakemba and Riverwood Libraries you can scan to both USB and email.
Our public computers run Windows 10 operating system and have Microsoft Office 2016 Word, Excel and Powerpoint and Adobe Reader. (All computers are in the process of being upgraded to Windows 11).
All of the City's library and knowledge centres have Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) access available for fair use during open hours.
Free Public Wi-Fi is available at 18 locations throughout CBCity. On average, more than 20,000 people connect to Council’s free Wi-Fi each month.
For more information about these services contact your nearest Canterbury-Bankstown Library or call
9707 9708 (Bankstown) or 9789 9405 (Campsie).