Library locations and spaces

UniSA Library is open to all UniSA students, staff, and researchers during opening hours. Each campus library offers a variety of spaces for study, research and group work.

After hour access is limited to current UniSA staff & students with a UniSA ID swipe card. Visit Library Opening Hours for more information.

Visit the Library

City East

Location City East Campus, Brookman Building, Level 3, 108 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5001

City West

Location City West Campus, Jeffrey Smart Building, 217/243 Hindley St, Adelaide SA 5000

Mawson Lakes

Location Mawson Lakes Campus, Building C, Mawson Lakes Blvd, Adelaide SA 5095


Location Magill Campus, Building B, St Bernards Rd, Adelaide SA 5072

Service points

There is a service point near the main entrance of every Library building and regional campus (Mt Gambier – Learning Centre; Whyalla – L Building). Pick up the phone and call the number listed on the monitor for Library or IT help.

Staff can assist over the phone, by video call or in person.

You can also get help from wherever you are in the Library by phone, email or chat using the Ask the Library service.

Study spaces

There is a variety of student spaces in each library for individual study and group work. Please note the Library accepts no responsibility for the loss of personal items, and anything unattended may be moved by Library staff or campus security.

Some study spaces that do not require booking:

Group study zones

Group study zones have large communal tables for group discussion and collaboration.

Silent and quiet zones

Some areas have been designated as silent or quiet study zones for individual study. Please switch your phone to silent, use headphones with the volume turned down and keep conversation to a minimum – please leave the area if you need to talk.
If you find other people are disrupting your study in the quiet or silent areas, please contact library staff and we will be happy to assist you.

Informal zones

Informal zones and lounges have comfortable seating for when you need a break from study.

Computer pools, collaborative teaching spaces and training rooms

There are computer pools in all libraries and hubs for student use without booking. Check the computers on campus webpage for availability.
Training rooms and collaborative teaching spaces also contain PCs and are available for students to use when they are not booked. Check the room schedule on or near the door.

Adaptive technology suites

Adaptive technology suites are available for UniSA students to minimise the impact of disabilities or medical conditions. Each of the metropolitan campus libraries includes specialised computer facilities for use. Once you have registered with Access and Inclusion Services, you can access the suites with your student card. More information is available through the Disability Hub.

Multi-access suites

Multi-access suites are available to all members of the University community and provide a dignified, private and appropriate space that supports the needs of parents, breastfeeding parents, and people with disabilities, medical or mental health conditions. More information is available through the UniSA multi-access suites webpage.

Bookable study spaces

Each campus library has a range of bookable study spaces including individual and group study rooms. Most are equipped with computers and whiteboards and some contain additional equipment. Check the details of individual study rooms and make a booking via the student app or the study room booking page.

Book a study room