Osborne Community Hub

The Osborne Community Hub comprises of facilities and spaces that are available for everyone in the community to use and enjoy.

The hub is located at 11 Royal St, Tuart Hill.

Limited undercover parking is available for centre users'. Entrance off Holub Lane.

    Osborne Community Hub

    Osborne Community Hub is made up of:

    • Stirling Libraries - Osborne
    • Stirling Community Centres - Osborne
    • Interior and exterior Courtyards
    • Child health nurse
    • Meeting rooms
    • Main hall

    Stirling Libraries - Osborne

    Library and information service

    Offering a wide variety of library and information services including:

    • Audio books and DVDs
    • Free Wi-Fi and computer access
    • Physical and digital books, magazines, newspapers and other resources.
    • Reference and information
    • Scanning, photocopying, printing.
    • Earmuffs and other sensory items available for use in the library.

    Other library services

    Be Connected Tech HelpBook a Librarian or trained digital mentor volunteer for one-on-one sessions, to help you with basic computer and tech questions, such as internet searching, using the library catalogue, online resources and more! Tuesdays 5.30pm - 6.30pm and Fridays 9.00am - 11.00am. Book online or contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne.
    Books on WheelsA library selection and delivery service  for City of Stirling residents who are unable to visit the library. Contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne to see if you or someone you know is eligible.
    Library Returns ChuteThe library returns chute is located on the Royal Street side of the centre near the flag poles, available for use at any time.
    Community Clubs

    Book Clubs, Mahjong and Canasta Clubs, English Conversation Group. Please contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne about session times.


    Osborne Community Hub offers two courtyards for public use. Read, eat, play and relax on our outdoor seating in either courtyard.

    Enjoy playing free giant chess in the Hub forecourt. Keys are located at the Library counter.

    Job ShopProviding jobseekers access to free information, links to employment services, and assistance with resume redesign, for City of Stirling residents only. Bookings are essential. For more information or to book an appointment please contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne. 
    Learning English Through Storytime

    The LETS program helps children and their families to improve and practice English in a fun, educational environment.

    Book online or contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne for more information.

    Storytime and RhymetimeEncourage a love of books, help develop your child’s imagination and language skills. It’s a great way for you and your child to make new friends. Contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne for more information.
    Tax helpFree service provided by volunteers for the tax season. Contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne to see if you are eligible.
    Writing GroupThis group welcomes all writers. Each month, participants will write a prompt and then share feedback on eath other's work. Please contact Stirling Libraries - Osborne about session times.
    Quiet SpaceTo assist our customers with diverse sensory needs we are creating a calmer and quieter environment in the library.
    Lowered lighting, reduced noise, quiet spaces and sensory resources available for adults and children. Every Friday morning 9.30am - 11.30am.
    Council rates paymentsThe library is a convenient place to pay your rates if paying via EFTPOS. For more information, please visit the Pay Your Rates webpage.

    More information and contact

    Address 9 Royal Street, Tuart Hill WA 6060
    Phone (08) 9205 7900
    Email osborne.library@stirling.wa.gov.au

    Stirling Community Centres - Osborne

    Stirling Community Centres - Osborne

    The Stirling Community Centres - Osborne provides a range of information and activities for all age groups, including: Crafternoons, exercise and dance classes.

    There is a large hall and meeting rooms available for regular or casual hire for functions, meetings, workshops and seminars.

    Phone (08) 9205 8489

    Email Recreation.Centres@stirling.wa.gov.au 


    Visit the venue hire section of the website.

    Stirling Community Services and Development Team

    The City's Community Services and Development team work from this centre and provide the following services:

    • Volunteer Services
    • Access and Inclusion
    • Community Development
    • Age-Friendly Communities.
    Phone (08) 9205 8579

    For more information on available venues, visit the venue hire section of the website or email bookings@stirling.wa.gov.au.

    Other services available that are not managed by the City

    Child and Adolescent Health NurseChild health nurses aim to promote the health and wellbeing of children and parents with free services that assess growth and development. Our nurses provide information on breastfeeding, nutrition, sleep and settling, behaviour, play, post-natal depression and immunisations. Bookings essential.Phone (08) 9207 1203
    Main St Co-op

    The Main Street Co-op are a town team based in Osborne Park, the heart of Perth's most densely populated suburban area.

    The Main Street Co-op is made up of passionate and proactive local businesses, landowners and residents all coming together to help bring Main Street to life.

    Their mission is to engage the community and government in the revitalisation of Main Street.

    For more information please visit Main Street Co-Op's website.
    Osborne Seniors ClubMake new friends, play bowls, line dancing and bingo or attend concerts and outings. Activities held on weekdays.

    Contact: Jenny Breen, President

    Email: breen@iinet.net.au

    Phone (08) 9440 3228

    Tuart Hill RetireesMeet weekly on Thursdays. Play bowls, bingo, lunches and outings.

    Contact: Jill Pugliese, President

    Email:  jillifa2@hotmail.com

    Phone (08) 9349 7636