National Library of Australia guide to internet sites for Australian literature. The site provides a range of information on Australian literature resources as well as providing links to other related sites.
This site contains information about the operations of the National Classification Scheme in Australia. The Classification Board classifies films, videos, computer games and some publications for the Australian community. The Classification Review Board reviews classification decisions made by the Classification Board. This site contains information on classification decisions, latest news, and how to apply for classification.
Get Reading! is Australia's largest annual celebration of books and reading. Central to Get Reading! is the annual FREE 50 Books You Can't Put Down guide to 50 guaranteed great reads. The Get Reading! is an Australian Government initiative developed through the Australia Council for the Arts.
Public Lending Right (PLR) and Educational Lending Right (ELR) are Australian Government cultural programs which make payments to eligible Australian creators and publishers in recognition that income is lost through the free multiple use of their books in public and educational lending libraries.
Libraries Australia is a resource sharing service coordinated by the National Library of Australia for Australian libraries and their users. It is used for reference, collection development, cataloguing and interlibrary lending.
The Prime Minister's Literary Awards celebrate the contribution of Australian literature to the nation's cultural and intellectual life. The awards, held annually, recognise literature's importance to our national identity, community and economy.