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Opening Hours and Contact Details: TAFE Digital

​TAFE NSW term break begins on Monday 9 December 2019. Term hours recommence on Monday 3 February 2020. Note that all libraries will be closed from Monday 23 December 2019 to Friday 3 January 2020.

TAFE Digital

TAFE NSW Libraries are here to help!

For details on the location and opening hours of all our TAFE NSW Libraries, please click on the relevant location tab.

Library services for TAFE Digital students

Within NSW

As a currently enrolled student with TAFE  Digital you have access to a range of resources in TAFE NSW Libraries. Choose the most appropriate option for you to contact a Library for support.

  1. Are you near a TAFE NSW Library?

Pop into your nearest TAFE NSW Library and the friendly staff can help you to access the resources you need. Please bring your TAFEcard.

If you don't have a TAFEcard, you can apply for one at any campus. Please bring your course enrolment documentation.

  1.  Contact any TAFE NSW Library

Contact any TAFE NSW Library and the friendly library staff will help you access the resources you need.

Across Australia

TAFE Digital students currently enrolled in a course and living in Australia may be eligible to participate in the National Reciprocal Borrowing scheme. This is a free service.  Please contact a TAFE NSW Library for assistance.

Postal Loans

TAFE NSW Digital students who live in Australia and cannot get to a TAFE library may be able to use the postal loan service.

The service is limited to students requiring course related resources and:

  • currently enrolled in a TAFE Digital course (includes OTEN and TAFE Now courses)
  • unable to attend a TAFE NSW library due to distance or disability
  • with a postal address in Australia
  • with a TAFEcard

Please contact Western Sydney Library Service with your requirements via email The library service will confirm your eligibility for the service.

What's TAFEcard?

Your TAFECard is your library card and much more...

Use your TAFECard for:

  • Identification - use it as a form of ID in TAFE NSW locations and if asked bring it along to TAFE NSW Examinations
  • Library services - the barcode on the front of the card is your Library registration number. Bring it along to any TAFE NSW Library to access services and borrow resources. You will need to have a TAFEcard/Library record to access reciprocal borrowing services in other states and postal loans (conditions apply)
  • Student Association Membership - If you join the Student Association your card will be marked accordingly and you can enjoy many benefits both off and on campus
  • Travel Concession - If eligible, your TAFEcard may carry the State Transit identifier entitling you to concession travel on government transport
  • Access - some locations use the magnetic strip on the back of your TAFECard to allow access to car parks and computer rooms 
  • Printing and photocopying - your TAFECard can also be used to print and photocopy at many TAFE NSW locations

How to get your TAFEcard?

  • Please visit any TAFE NSW campus to have your photo taken for your TAFEcard.
  • You can also submit an online enquiry  (choose location: Online) or call 131 601.
  • You will be issued with one TAFEcard regardless of how many courses you enrol in. It is valid while you are enrolled and can be used at any TAFE NSW campus.
  • Please don’t discard your TAFEcard as it is valid for future courses.
  • A replacement fee of $20 applies to lost/stolen or damaged cards.