City of Stirling Libraries Home / Libraries Page ContentCheck out our What's On page to see all our upcoming events or subscribe to our Library Vibes Newsletter to be the first to know. The City opened its first library in 1958, and now provides six libraries in convenient locations across the City: Dianella, Inglewood, Karrinyup, Mirrabooka, Osborne and Scarborough. For over 50 years, Stirling libraries have helped our community through education and entertainment as well as 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 facilitiesAn informative and entertaining program of adult events Children's activities, events and programsAn inter-library loan serviceAdult Book ClubsMeeting rooms for hire Housebound books on wheels serviceOnline research databasesComprehensive local history collection and Mount Flora local history museumFREE Wifi at all Stirling libraries during opening hoursBe Connected WorkshopsDo you feel you are missing out on the digital-age? Technology has a lot to offer older Australians, whether it be keeping in touch with relatives, managing your finances or offering entertainment. Be Connected, through City of Stirling Libraries and Fire Tech are offering a number of one hour-long workshops aimed at improving technology skills amongst older Australians. Head to our What's On page for more info.You can now pay your library fines online.City of Stirling Libraries is proud to offer online payments. Payments for library fines and accounts can be made directly when you log into your library account at https://www.stirling.wa.gov.au/mylibrary.