Offering a wide variety of library and information services including:
Other community programs offered at the Library include:
|Craft Club||Come along and share your creative skills in a social craft group.|
|Council payments||Pay rates here. eftpos payments accepted only.|
|English conversation groups||Improve English skills and meet new people, in a relaxed and informal setting.|
|Homework Hut||Free weekly service helping children with homework.|
|Justice of the Peace||Saturday mornings 9.00am - 11.30am.|
|LETS (Learning English through Storytime)||Improve your English skills through songs, stories and rhymes. This fun parent and child program is a great way to meet new people.|
Mirrabooka Library Info Hub volunteers provide free one on one confidential assistance to help you complete basic forms, navigate government websites, or access information about local services.
- Tuesday 3.00pm - 5.00pm
- Thursday 3.00pm - 5.00pm
- Friday 9.00am - 11.30am.
|Innovations Lab||An ideal facility to learn and improve your computer skills and access new technologies. The room is also available for hire.|
|Library of Things (LoT)|
City of Stirling Libraries strives to be responsive to community needs and interests. In recent years, the notion of a sharing economy has inspired public libraries to develop non-traditional collections of items for community access. A public Library of Things (LoT) provides access to these items – or “Things”.
Things are considered and acquired in a variety of areas: art and craft, kitchen and baking supplies, technology, health and wellbeing, musical instruments, toys and games, home improvement, outdoor recreation and home and garden
Browse the catalogue of “Things” on the website or in your library app.
|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 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA 6061
Phone (08) 9205 7300
The City's Cultural Diversity and Community team work from this centre and provide the following services:
|Aboriginal engagement||Our Aboriginal Engagement Officer can connect you to local services and opportunities, to become involved in our reconciliation activities.|
Phone (08) 9205 8555
|Youth and Children’s services||Our team can provide you with information regarding community-based activities for children. They are also able to connect you to local services and opportunities. Visit the Opportunities for Young People webpage.||Phone (08) 9205 8555|
|Multicultural Engagement||If you are a newcomer to the area, speak to our friendly staff about our services, engagement and multicultural programs.||Phone (08) 9205 8555|
The Wandjoo Gardens is a place for public use.
Read, eat, play and relax on our outdoor seating.
Wandjoo is the Nyoongar word for welcome. In the garden you can relax and explore the garden to understand the relationship between the Nyoongar and European six seasons.
|For more information, contact the City on (08) 9205 8555.|
The Naala Djookan Healing Centre provides the following services:
|Naala Djookan Healing Centre||Naala Djookan Healing Centre provides healing and practical support services for women and children at risk of or experiencing Family and Domestic Violence. Services provided include Counselling, Advocacy, and Legal and Financial Assistance, as well as a range of workshops and information sessions that allow people to connect with themselves and others. Naala Djookan Healing Centre is located at 10 – 11/24 Chesterfield Road, Mirrabooka, adjacent to Kevin Smith Community Centre|
Phone (08) 9205 7555