Library members can borrow books, talking books, DVDs, magazines and more to take home and enjoy.
Members can enjoy access from home to a variety of digital resources including over 5000 newspapers and magazines, educational games, eBooks and eAudiobooks, and databases for research articles.
Read about our different types of membership below.
Join up online or next time you visit your local library!
If you are a permanent resident in the Marlborough district, or are a Marlborough ratepayer, it is free to join.
If you are over 18 all you need is some official ID, such as a drivers licence or passport.
If you’re under 18, a parent or guardian will need to be with you when you join.
Read our membership FAQs for more information.
It is free to become a member but some items cost to borrow.
All members must read and agree to our terms and conditions before joining.
Join online! Sign up for a provisional membership card to start using our online resources.
If you, or someone you know, is living with a disability or finds it difficult to get out and about, our Housebound Membership means we will bring the library to you. This service is free.
You’ll be matched with a library volunteer and depending on your interests, they can bring you books, talking books, DVDs, music CDs and jigsaw puzzles.
Housebound library members can borrow up to 30 items per card and may borrow some items for longer than our usual lending period.
Contact us to enquire about housebound membership or volunteering
Our school membership enables teachers from early childcare providers through to secondary schools to borrow up to 30 items for up to six weeks.
Each school membership card is linked to a teacher and classroom.
Visit your local library (Blenheim or Picton) with official ID.
Contact the library to find out more about our services for schools and pre-schools, arrange resources for home-schooling educators, or to arrange a class visit.
If you are in Marlborough for a short time you can still enjoy the library!
For $11 per month visitors can borrow up to four physical items (books, DVDs, magazines). You can also access our online resources including eBooks and eAudiobooks.
Visit your local library and bring along some official ID, for example a passport.
How to join
Visit your local library to join or register online by completing our online registration form.