For loan now: audiobooks for all ages

The Red Coast by Di Morrissey

Goodwood by Holly Throsby

A selection of recent Australian titles in audiobook

Audiobooks are available for loan from State Library of Queensland to all Queensland public libraries and IKCs. Please complete the online form to order items. The list of titles is on the online catalogue.

There are audiobooks to suit everyone from mysteries to romance, non-fiction and junior titles from international and Australian authors. If you’ve had your audiobooks for some time, why not refresh your collection in time for the holidays?

Some popular Australian titles added recently include Goodwood by Holly Throsby; The Red Coast by Di Morrissey; Taboo by Kim Scott; the Ballad of Banjo Crossing by Tess Evans and The One That Got Away by Caroline Overington.

International titles include As Time Goes By from Mary Higgins Clark; The Gangster by Clive Cussler; He by John Connolly; The Mustangers by Lauran Paine and A Country Escape by Katie Fforde.

Audiobooks are available in a range of formats including MP3 such as Dark in Death by J. D. Robb; Die Trying by Lee Child; The Night Bird by Brian Freeman and 15th Affair by James Patterson.

I'm Not Scared Playaway by Niccolò Ammaniti

Some titles are available as a complete package in Playaway format.

Some titles are available in Playaway. Playaway devices mean customers don’t need a separate player, download, set-up time or Wi-Fi. Playaway comes pre-loaded and ready to use. Simply plug in your earbuds and enjoy at home or even out jogging.

True Girt by David HuntMartha Mayhem Goes Nuts! by Martha Mayhem

Above: Non-fiction and young people’s titles are also available.

True Girt: the unauthorised history of Australia by David Hunt is just one of the non-fiction titles in the collection. There are titles for young people too, including Martha Mayhem Goes Nuts and Me First! by Danny Best. For best results let us know your preferred formats and genre when submitting your online request. For more information contact