Useful web links
Fremantle City Library blog - Events and what's happening at the library.
Other Library Catalogues - a list compiled by Bassendean Library of other catalogues of other library systems in Western Australia.
Trove - a resource to find books, articles, and digitised historical ephemera, provided by the National Library of Australia.
Stay Smart Online
Reading and Writing
The Book Seer - The Book Seer finds recommendations based on the book you have last read. A fun way to find something new to read!
Meanjin - Australia's premier literary journal
McSweeney's Internet Tendency - home of the infamous literary website/magazine McSweeney's.
Writing WA - the peak body for writing and associated activities in WA, writingWA seeks to advance the collective interests of our member organisations and the literary sector in WA.
ADIN - Australian Drug Information Network
My Healthy Balance
Government Publications and Statistics
Recent Australian Government Publications
Population Flows: Immigration Aspects 2006-07 Edition
ABS: Perth - A Social Atlas
WA Labour and Economic Brief - produced by the Department of Training and Workforce Development
Art & Museums
National Museum of Australia
National Gallery of Australia
Australian Film Commission
National Film and Sound Archive
The Art Gallery of Western Australia
PICA - Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
Aboriginal and Nyoongar
Looking West: a guide to Aboriginal Records in Western Australia
Kaartdijin Noongar - Sharing Noongar Culture - Sharing Noongar culture with the community.
Yelakitj Moort Nyungar Association - an Australian Indigenous Organisation, made up of members of the Nyungar people who are the traditional, recognised people of the south west of Western Australia.
AIATSIS - the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Aboriginal Languages of Australia - This site has annotated links to 231 resources for about 80 languages.
Reconciliation Australia - Reconciliation Australia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation established in 2000 by the former Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation.
AUSTLANG - a web-based Australian Indigenous languages database