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From the first library which opened in 1958, City of Stirling now comprises of six libraries in various convenient locations across the City: Dianella, Inglewood, Karrinyup, Mirrabooka, Osborne and Scarborough. For over fifty years Stirling Libraries have been helping our community through Reading in Librarieseducation, entertainment, enriching family life and bringing people together irrespective of age, background or gender. In addition to lending books, magazines, DVDs, ebooks and a wide range of other items, Stirling libraries offer:

  • Word processing, internet and email facilities
  • An informative and entertaining program of adult events
  • Children's activities, events and programs
  • An inter-library loan service
  • Adult Book Clubs
  • Your Tutor homework help
  • Meeting rooms for hire
  • Housebound books on wheels service
  • Online research databases
  • Comprehensive local history collection and
  • Mount Flora local history museum
  • FREE Wifi at all Stirling libraries during opening hours

Please note the library opening hours for Christmas 2014 and New Year 2015 below.

​Wednesday​24 December 2014​9.00am - 5.30pm
​Thursday​25 December 2014​Closed - Christmas Day
​Friday​26 December 2014​Closed - Public Holiday
​Saturday​27 December 2014​9.00am - 12.00noon
​Sunday​28 December 2014​Closed
​Monday​29 December 2014​9.00am - 5.30pm
​Tuesday​30 December 2014​9.00am - 5.30pm
​Wednesday​31 December 2014​9.00am - 5.30pm
​Thursday​1 January 2015​Closed - New Year's Day
​Friday​2 January 2015​Resume regular opening hours

Online eSmart Survey

The online world is becoming a greater part of everyday life and we believe that libraries, as centres of knowledge, should be at the forefront of providing access and assistance to the community. As we embrace the opportunities and advantages of technology, we also need to be mindful that there can be many potential dangers. 'Cybersafety' is a term which includes a large number of potential threats online such as cyberbullying, fraudulent activity, illegal downloads and potential viruses and adware.
  
City of Stirling Libraries are working towards eSmart accreditation, to provide the space and the knowledge to allow our users to be aware and safe online whilst enjoying all of the benefits that our digital world offers.
  
We would really appreciate if you have a few spare minutes to complete our online survey, so that we can establish how you, as our customer, use technology and what your concerns are.  Once this information has been gathered, we will be able to tailor our eSmart program to suit the needs of our community. 

Click here to start the eSmart Survey

Confidentiality: The contents of this survey will be treated as confidential, and will be used solely for the purposes of providing a better service to our clients and users.

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