Borrow or return books?
The library will remain open throughout the majority of the project. Our collection may be limited during this time, but there will still be plenty of items to browse and borrow. We encourage you to borrow in bulk and have extended loan periods to nine weeks for items borrowed from 15 June (excluding TopPicks! items).
You will be able to return books 24/7 using either our external or internal chutes. During Stage 2, our external chutes will only be open after-hours and will be closed during the day due to accessibility issues. During this time, you will still be able to return your books using our internal chutes.
Pick up my holds?
Yes, you will be able to access the holds shelves during opening hours throughout Stage 1 & 2.
Use the computers?
Yes, but availability may be limited and will be restricted to one hour blocks.
We encourage you to book a computer online to guarantee access.
Print, photocopy or scan documents?
Yes, in both Stage 1 & 2 there will be access to printing and scanning services. There may be a wait for these services as availability will be limited.
Have a coffee at Bake & Brew?
Yes, Bake & Brew will be open during their normal hours throughout the project (excluding any closure periods) but seating may be limited.
Study or read?
There will be limited spaces for reading or studying. We recommend you call the library on 8397 7333 prior to your visit.
Visit the Toy Library?
The Toy Library will be open during Stage 1 and closed during Stage 2. The Toy Library is closed during the school holidays.
Visit the JP after hours?
The Justice of the Peace service will still operate on Monday and Wednesday evening and selected Saturdays.
Bookings are essential and can be made online.