Richmond-Upper Clarence Regional Library would like to wish all their members and volunteers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year. We wish to advice of the following closures during the Christmas/New Year holiday season.

Casino and Kyogle Libraries will close at 5.30pm Wednesday 24 December and re-open on Saturday 3 January at 9am.

Evans Head Library will close at 5pm Wednesday 24 December and will re-open on Saturday 27 December from 9am to12pm. The Evans Head Library will operate from Monday 29 December to Wednesday 31 December from 9am to 5pm. The library will be closed from Thursday 1 January and Friday 2 January before re-opening on Saturday 3 January at 9am.

Coraki Library will close at 5pm on Tuesday 23 December and re-open on Tuesday 6 January at 2.00pm.

Last Mobile Library service will be at Cawongla on Wednesday 24 December 2014 and will resume again on Monday 5 January.  If you have any enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us on 6660 0250.

The Richmond Upper Clarence Regional Library is a network of library services bringing both modern and traditional reading and learning facilities to the residents of the Richmond Valley and Kyogle areas.

Library branches are available in Casino, Coraki, Evans Head, and Kyogle and through the mobile library service.



Visit the Branches page to view locations and regular opening times.


Online Services


Search the Library Catalogue For information on how to search the library catalogue and other guides, download the documents listed at the bottom of this page.
Using your library membership number as user name and date of birth as password, download popular eBooks onto your device anywhere you are.
Using your library membership number, create an account and download eMagazines to read on your computer or mobile device.
eResources include your choice of online databases with expertise in a number of research areas such as health, law, literature and sciences.




Other Services

The Library has always played a significant role in supporting the information, education, cultural and recreational needs of the local community. However contemporary libraries now operate in a vastly different environment, offering tutoring, electronic access and community information services. To see how you get more from your membership visit the Services page.

The Mobile Library Service brings library facilities to remote locations.
Visit the Mobile Library page to view the bus timetable for stop locations and times nearest you.

Books are fun, educational and accessible with our variety of activities especially for kids.
Visit the Children’s Services page to find out how you can get involved.


General Information


The library teams are busy working to find new ways to improve library services.
Visit the Library News page to read about the latest initiatives.

Becoming a member of the library has great benefits and is easy.
To become a member, visit the Membership page.

Internet access brings with it great pleasure and a certain degree of challenges and dangers.
Learn how to protect your children while harnessing this powerful tool on the Internet Guide page.

A number of policies affect how you can access and use the library’s services.
Find out more on the bottom of the Membership page.

How to Search Guides