Wifi, Computers and Printing

Man using laptop for printing

1. Membership requirements

You must be a library member and be Internet authorised to access Wi-Fi and public computers. Members under 16 need to have their card Internet authorised by their parent/guardian to gain access. Please bring your membership card to the library!

If you are not a library member we register you before you start your computer use. Please bring photo ID.

Fees and Charges apply for printing and photocopying

2. Public Computers

Public PCs are available at all branches.

Bookings are available for a one hour session. This session can be extended for a further hour if no one else has booked.

When using library computers, you must agree to the Internet Use Policy.

PCs are for independent use and we can only provide minimal support.

Book a PC

You will need your library card number and password.

3. Public Wi-fi

Wi-fi is available at all branches.

Call your branch you wish to visit to find out how it’s being managed.

When connecting to the library wi-fi network, you must agree to the Internet Use Policy.

Customers can use the wi-fi outside of the library as well.

Having trouble connecting? Check our wi-fi access help.

This is an independent use service.

4. Print Services

Self-managed printing, photocopying and scanning now available.

Printing services are charged. 20c per page black and white A4; $1 per page colour A4. Scanning is free. 

Wi-fi Printing : Login with your library card number as username and password, then upload your document(s). Same day collection of print jobs. Black and white and colour printing available.

At all branches:

Print Server: https://print2.monlib.vic.gov.au/myprintcenter/
Port number: 443
Select Connect

You will then need to login with your library card number (username) and password.

Please ensure you collect your printing before the end of your computer session in case the print job has not come through correctly and needs to be resent.

Print jobs will be charged.

5. PC Reservations

PC reservations are not essential however the public PCs are in high demand. We recommend you book if you require access at a specific time. PC sessions are for one hour with an automatic extension.

You can book a PC by:


6. eReaders & Tablets

You can ask for help with your eReader or tablet at the Information Desk at any of our branches.

Technology classes and demonstrations are held and publicised in the Technology Help and Classes pages and What's On Listing.