Online safety


Children under the age of 18 are required to have authorisation from their parent/legal guardian before access is granted to use our computers. As the computers are for general public use, parents and guardians should be mindful of information being accessed by children, including online gaming.

The Australian Government has some pertinent information about eSafety including cyber bullying, cyber abuse, offensive content and social networking.

The Australian Government has also developed a cybersmart kids' quiz, which can be useful for parents and caregivers.

Protect yourself from phishing attacks online.

Cyber awareness seminar

Cybercrime experts from SAPOL will be attending the Hamra Centre Library to discuss 'how to protect yourself' online as part of Cyber Security Awareness Month.

Topics include:

  • Latest scam methods and prevention tactics
  • Respectful online relationships
  • Treading carefully with your digital footprint
  • Phishing, smishing and vishing red flags
  • Reporting and supporting agencies.

When: Wednesday 11 October 2023, 6.30pm – 7.30pm.

Where: West Torrens Auditorium, Hamra Centre Library. 

Book to secure your place!