Are you a homeschooling family who would like to meet other homeschooling families?

Our Homeschooling Group meets on the last Friday of the month from 10.30am - 11.30am at Scarborough Library. Come and join us for games, activities and networking with other homeschooling parents and their children.  No bookings required.

National Simultaneous StorytimeThe Cow Tripped Over The Moon

On Wednesday 24 May 2017 in homes and libraries across Australia, grown-ups and children will be reading this year's Simultaneous Story "The Cow Tripped Over the Moon" by Tony Wilson and Laura Wood.

At Stirling Libraries Mirrabooka we are having a huge Simultaneous Storytime with readings of the book in English and other languages.  

The event runs from 9.30am - 12.30pm and will include fun activities and giveaways.

This is a FREE Community Event and we welcome all families with small children!

All Stirling Libraries will be reading "The Cow Tripped Over The Moon"  during Preschool Storytime and Saturday Songs & Stories.  

Stepping off with Tom Wilson at Osborne LibraryTom Wilson

As I grew up, it became apparent to me that I didn't really understand the natural environment of the place where I was born.

Tom Wilson has spent his life writing about the human relationship with our home: the natural world. Stepping Off is the story of the south-western corner of Western Australia. For anyone who has ever questioned their sense of belonging, who has ever dreamed of stepping off the grid to reconnect with nature it is an invitation to reconnect with the land.

Thomas Wilson has a PhD in Literature and the Environment, and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. He has created communication strategies for the World Wildlife Fund Australia, has developed curriculums for Western Australian high schools and was a regular host of Understorey on RTR between 2009 and 2011.

Date:    Tuesday 30 May 2017
Time:   6.30pm - 7.30pm
Venue: Osborne Library
Cost:   Free

Bookings are essential click here to secure your place.


​Android Tablets Workshop​Android Workshop

Do you have an Android tablet and don't really know how to get the best out of it?

By the end of the workshop, Kris Petty will have you feeling much more comfortable using many of the features of your Android device. Topics covered include the Google Play Store, email and internet, camera and photos, touchscreens, apps and widgets.

There will be plenty of time for your questions and answers. Participants are encouraged to bring along their own devices to the session (however it is not essential).

Date: Wednesday 31 May 2017 
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm 
Venue: Scarborough Library 
Cost: $3.30

Bookings are essential click her​e to secure your place.

Tea and coffee provided.

This event is part of Stirling Libraries BEATS Program - Be E-Smart and Tech Savvy

iPad and iPhone workshopiPad & iPhone workshopiPad workshopiPad workshop

Do you have an iPad or iPhone and don't really know how to get the best out of it?

This iOS workshop gives an overview of Apple devices like iPads and iPhones, as well as iCloud, the App Store, iBooks and iTunes. It will also cover the basics of email, web browsing and photos.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own devices to the session, however it is not essential.

Date: Tuesday 6 June 2017 
Time: 6.00pm - 7.30pm 
Venue: Karrinyup Library 
Cost: $3.30

Bookings are essential click here to secure your place.

Tea and coffee provided.

This event is part of Stirling Libraries BEATS Program - Be E-Smart and Tech Savvy


​Lego Clubs 

The Lego Club is an informal group that meets each week to build, learn and have fun with a new challenge set each week.

No bookings necessary. Adult supervision is required for all children aged 12 and under. Lego and Duplo supplied.

​Library ​Day ​Time



​3.30pm - 4.30pm



​6.00pm - 7.00pm



​3.30pm - 5.00pm



​3.30pm - 4.30pm



​3.30pm - 4.30pm



​3.30pm - 5.00pm

Mirrabook​a Library Info Hub.

Need information on local services or help filling out forms? 

Visit the Mirrabooka Library Info Hub for assistance: Tuesdays 3:00pm - 5:00pm and Thursdays 3:00pm - 5:00pm​.​


Colouring In for Adults

Studies have shown that colouring-in can be beneficial for adults. It helps to de-stress, generate wellness and stimulate the brain areas related to motor skills, the senses and creativity. 

Mirrabooka L​ibrary have embraced this latest craze and have an Adults only colouring in table setup ready for you to use every day.


Knitting Group for Adults

Dianella Library have a knitting group for adults. Bring along your knitting and enjoy a cuppa. 

The group meets every 3rd Thursday of the month from 6:30-7:30pm. 

No bookings required.


Crafters' Circle for Adults

Bring along your craft projects and join our crafters' group at Mirrabooka & Dianella Library.

Dianella Library hosts a "crafters' group" which meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1:30-4:30pm.

Mirrabooka Library hosts a "crafters' group" which meets every Friday morning 11:00am-1:30pm.

No bookings required.


Scrabble Club for Adults

Come play scrabble for fun and enjoy the company of others!

Dianella Library hosts a "Scrabble Club" which meets every Wednesday morning at 10:00am.

Mirrabooka Library hosts a "Scrabble Club" which meets every Thursday morning at 10:00am.

Osborne Library hosts a "Scrabble Club" which meets every Friday morning at 10:00am. 

Scarborough Library hosts a "Scrabble Club" which meets every Friday morning at 11:00am.

Inglewood Library hosts a "Scrabble Club" which meets every Tuesday night at 6:00pm.

No bookings required.


English Conversation Groups

Do you want to improve your English and meet new people at the same time?

Osborne Library run English Conversation Groups every Monday night 6:30-7:30pm and every Thursday at 10:00am-11:00am.

Mirrabooka Library run English Conversation Groups every Thursday night 6:00-7:00pm and every Wednesday at 10.30am – 11.30am.

Everyone is welcome! No bookings necessary.


Getting ready for your WA Learners Permit Test?

We've got you covered. have released a free driver knowledge test simulator. The practice tests are specific to Western Australia good luck!.

Click here to start Your FREE Western Australia DKT Test Now


Back to School Homework Help

Stirling Libraries offer a number of programs and services that can make the student's life that little bit easier.

These include: yourtutor, the Better Beginnings early literacy programme and new Bookstars passports; our eLibrary; useful online databases; and for parents with younger children, storytime sessions, including our new Saturday morning storytime.

Back To School Brochure


Adult book club

Have you ever come to the end of a great book and wished you could talk about it with a kindred soul? If you answered 'Yes', then you might want to join one of the monthly BookChat book clubs at Stirling libraries. Go to Adult book club

Children's book club

Stirling libraries have an excellent range of award-winning children's books, and the BookStars reading club, to make reading fun for everyone! Go to Children's book club

Rhymetime and Storytime

To help parents develop their children's literacy skills right from the very start, Stirling libraries has introduced weekly Baby Rhymetime and Preschool Storytime sessions at all City of Stirling Libraries. Go to Rhymetime and Storytime

Young people's services

Find out what services are available at Stirling libraries for teens/young people, Spine Out magazine, BookStars and Latest Graphic Novels. Go to Young people's services



​ ​