Offering a wide variety of library and information services including:
Other library services
|Book club||Enjoy reading? Join a book club and make new friends. Contact Stirling Libraries - Inglewood for more information.|
|Books on Wheels||A selection and delivery service is available for housebound residents. Contact Stirling Libraries - Inglewood to see if you are eligible.|
|Council rates payments||Eftpos payments can be made in person Monday to Fridays 9.00am to 4.30pm |
|Family history research assistance||Library staff can help you use available resources to discover more about your family history.|
|Storytime and Rhymetime||Encourage a love of reading. Help develop your child’s imagination and language skills and make new friends.|
More information and contact
Address 895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood WA 6052
Phone (08) 9205 7700
The Inglewood Creature Trail aims to bring a sense of fun and adventure to people of all ages.
17 creatures are hiding in the Town Square – some are prickly, others whacky and a few have many feet. Collect a Trail Guide from Stirling Libraries – Inglewood and let the creature hunting begin.
Be sure not to overlook seven creature-themed interactive activities designed by artist Samantha Hughes, for you to jump around and make some noise. Including, The Hungry Creature Maze, Movement Worm, Eye Spy Monster and more.
The creatures featured in the Inglewood Creature Trail were created by local children and young people during workshops with Artist and Illustrator, Samantha Hughes. Ninety-six creatures were created in total – all of them awesome. 17 creatures were chosen to start the hunt around the Town Square and later in 2023 another round of creatures will be released in the Town Square – keep visiting the Town Square to uncover them all.
The City of Stirling’s Community Hub Team delivered the Inglewood Creature Trail with funding support from the Water Corporation as a revamp of the popular Monster Hunt activation created in 2018 by the Inglewood on Beaufort Town Team.