The Library offers a wealth of services to our community. We'd love you to be involved.
The Digital Hub training program includes many of the things you need to know about using computers and the Internet. We encourage everyone to come along to the sessions to learn.
Our Library has PCs and Macs available for use. They offer free internet access and black and white and colour printing. If you have your own laptop and just need access to our wireless network, please bring your library card.
We also have photocopying facilities, which you can use by uploading credit onto your Library card or guest pass if you are not a member.
For those in the community who are unable to visit us, we can visit you. Our Library Access Services provide people with the option of having the Library brought to their door. If you love to read but can't get out for whatever reason, let us know. Alternatively, we can help you visit the Library.
For those users with a disability we provide various options. Resources such as spoken word books on CD, our Disability Friendly Collection which has a selection of games, devices and useful items for our customers to borrow, disabled car parking spaces, lifts and large print books are just some of the ways we help.
The Library offers English Literacy Tutoring sessions for people who have English as a first or second language.
Ask a Librarian is an email based reference service that library members can use free of charge.
Our Book Discussion Groups currently include the Gully Bookworms and the Tea Tree Gully Library Book Discussion Group. Everyone is welcome to join in.
Tea Tree Gully Library Writers Group is a friendly, informal group of people who welcome all who like to write and want to write.
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