For the adults

Libraries - For the adults
Book Clubs

Do you love to read and love discussing books?

Perhaps meet new people as well? Why not join a Book Club?

For dates/times please contact our libraries.

Online Book Club

Join a new book club available 24/7 across Western Australia.

WA Public Libraries Online Book Club is completely free with your library membership card. You can borrow the books from your local library, or download an eBook copy. As a WA Public Libraries cardholder you will have access to download an eBook of each reading selection.

The book club will connect through a private forum where all participants can discuss the current book and network with each other.

Sign up for the Online Book Club

Follow the instructions in the forum to download the free eBooks.

The three titles discussed in October - December 2022

  1. Bunny by Mona Awad
  2. Burnt Out by Victoria Brookman
  3. The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

To check out an 'always available' eBook copy, visit the Freading website. Alternatively, install the Freading appto download the current eBooks straight to your mobile device.

What will you need?

For mobile devices you will need your Adobe ID and password. If you're using a computer or eReader, you will need an Adobe Digital Editions account.

Housebound Library Service

Residents who are physically unable to visit their local library, either temporarily or permanently, are able to apply to have library items delivered to their house. The service is also available to live-in carers and to people whose partner, relative or friend who would normally drive them to the library is away on holiday or unavailable.

The service makes deliveries to each reader once a month, with members permitted to borrow up to 20 items at one time. We provide a wide range of books in normal print and large print, audio books, magazines and DVDs, as well as free downloadable e-books and e-audiobooks. 

Residents who would like to join the service are encouraged to submit an application form at any of the our libraries. ​ Visit memberships to download the application form.


The libraries welcome displays from schools, community groups and organisations.

Please contact staff at the relevant library to arrange a booking for your display.

Other services and facilities
  • Printing, faxing, photocopying, scanning
  • Meeting rooms
  • Quiet study areas
  • Computers
  • Free WiFi
  • eResources (including Ancestry Library Edition)
  • Library bags for sale
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