TitlePage Logo, a book icon alongside the word TitlePage in blue and green.

TitlePage is the Australian book industry's pricing and availability service – with over one and a half million titles currently listed.

It allows users to find stock, check pricing, and help source titles for customers and borrowers, and reduces the price and availability queries received by publishers and distributors.

Titlepage is provided free to bookshops and libraries, and currently has over 3,200 weekly users.

APA members are eligible to subscribe to TitlePage, giving publishers the opportunity to list and promote their titles through the service.

TitlePage provides:

  • A single search repository of all titles available in Australia
  • Full publisher and distributor information
  • A user-friendly price and availability service
  • A cost effective service for booksellers, suppliers, publishers and distributors
  • APIs offering flexible access to TitlePage data

More information, including how to subscribe and use the service, can be found through the following pages:

Benefits of using TitlePage

For publishers

With over 1,700 daily and 3,200 weekly users, TitlePage allows publishers to promote and share information about their books to a large customer base.

Publishers using TitlePage find that calls to their customer service centres are reduced in number and duration, and the content of calls are more concerned with ordering.

The average monthly traffic for the TitlePage website includes:

  • Over 940,000 page views
  • More than 130,000 sessions
  • Over 400,000 unique searches
  • 12:55 minutes spent on the site per session

Usage figures increase considerably over October to December, rising to over 1 million page views/month.

For bookshops, libraries and suppliers

With more than 1,500,000 titles listed from over 180 publishers and distributors, TitlePage is a comprehensive resource on the books and resources available in Australia.

TitlePage’s price, availability and bibliographic information is available to users 24/7. API access also allows integration of TitlePage data with existing systems.

The ability to access the service outside normal business hours and on weekends improves the service bookshops and suppliers can provide to their customers, and saves them time and money in dealing with enquiries.

TitlePage registration and fees

For publishers

Publishers and distributors pay an annual subscription to list their titles on TitlePage, and must also be members of the APA.

The annual subscription fee is calculated based on the publisher or distributor's turnover, as well as the number of titles to be listed on TitlePage (at a rate of $0.12/title).

Learn more about the process of signing up to TitlePage as a publisher or distributor:

TitlePage for publishers and distributors


For end users

TitlePage is a free service for bookshops, suppliers and libraries.

Learn more about registering to use TitlePage and using the service:

TitlePage for bookshops, libraries and suppliers

Management and development

TitlePage is owned and operated by the Australian Publishers Association.

Development of TitlePage commenced in late 2003 with funding from:

  • Allen & Unwin
  • Cambridge University Press
  • Hachette Australia
  • HarperCollins Publishers Australia
  • John Wiley & Sons
  • Macmillan: Macmillan Education, Macquarie Library, Palgrave Macmillan & Pan Macmillan
  • Pearson: Pearson Education & Penguin Books
  • Random House Australia