Use a Computer

The library provides use of public computers for library members. You can use the computers for up to 2 hours per day, subject to availability.

Not a member? Don’t worry, anyone can join and membership is free. Visit us at either library branch with some identification to get started.

Internet Access Conditions of Use

Print, Scan, Save or Copy

You can use a multifunction device at either Busselton Library or Dunsborough Library to print, scan, save to USB or copy your documents.

Printing Type A4 A3
Black and white printing per page 20c 40c
Colour printing per page $1.00 $2.00
Print from memory device (not available) N/A N/A
Scan to memory device (USB) free free
Scan to email free free

Free WiFi

Free WiFi is available at both Busselton and Dunsborough libraries during opening hours. A password is not required to connect to our WiFi.

  • Use your device to search for the LibraryBytes network
  • Connect to the network and then tick the check-box to agree to our terms of use and privacy policy
  • Tap the “Go online” button

Mobile Print

Print from anywhere, anytime and collect from either Busselton Library or Dunsborough Library.

Note: Only PDF documents can be printed via mobile print in black and white (colour not available).

Print via email

Simply click the library you want to print from, attach your PDF document and click send.
Busselton Library
Dunsborough Library

Ancestry Library Edition

Ancestry Library Edition is a huge subscription database, similar to the popular It consists of thousands of smaller databases. It can only be accessed on public computers at Busselton Library and Dunsborough Library. Not available to access from home.

  • Australian convict index 1788-1868
  • Australian electoral rolls 1901-1936
  • New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
  • New South Wales, Australia, Unassisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1826-1922
  • UK census records 1841-1901 (England, Wales, Scotland, Channel Islands & Isle of Man – not Ireland)
  • Pallot’s Marriage Index 1780-1837
  • US census records 1790-1930
  • British Army World War I pension records, 1914-1920 (WO 364)
  • British Army World War I medal rolls index cards, 1914-1920
  • British phone books 1880-1984
  • UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
  • UK birth, marriage and death indexes 1837-2005 (not complete but worth searching)