Stirling Libraries have a number of PCs available for patrons to use. Use of PCs is free for library members, and they can be booked for 30 minutes at a time, with the option to extend if there are no further bookings.
Printing, photocopying and scanning services are also available at all libraries. Costs apply.
If you have your own device, free Wi-Fi is available at all our Libraries. See below for more information about Wi-Fi and Mobile Printing. See above for Online services terms and conditions.
Libraries are a convenient place to pay your rates in person, if you are paying by card.
To find out more about paying your rates, ways to pay and what your rates pay for, click the link below.
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If you are, or have a loved-one who is a housebound resident in the City of Stirling, you may be eligible to receive our Books on Wheels service. Contact our libraries for more information.
Do you find it difficult with online forms and websites? Are you struggling and needing help?
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 (Currently not running)
The City of Stirling provides a free Justice of the Peace (JP) service to members of the community. A JP can witness official documents, administer an oath or affirmation, and take an affidavit.
Please be advised that there will be no JP at the City of Stirling Administration Centre on Thursday 7 December.
|Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, Stirling WA 6021||Monday - Friday 11.00am - 2.00pm|
|Stirling Libraries - Dianella, Waverley Street, Dianella WA 6059||Tuesday 5.30pm - 6.30pm |
|Stirling Libraries - Inglewood, 895 Beaufort Street, Inglewood WA 6052|
Friday 10.00am - 1.00pm
|Stirling Libraries - Mirrabooka, 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka WA 6061||Saturday 9.00am - 11.30am|
|Stirling Libraries - Karrinyup, Davenport Street, Karrinyup WA 6018||CURRENTLY SUSPENDED|
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Tax Help is a network of ATO-trained and accredited community volunteers who provide a free and confidential service to help people complete their tax returns online using myTax. You may be eligible for the Tax Help program if your income is around $60,000 or less and you have simple tax affairs. To find out more about eligibility requirements, visit the ATO website below.
|Inglewood||Wednesday||3.00pm - 5.00pm||9205 7700|
|Karrinyup ||Wednesday||10.00am - 1.00pm||9205 7400|
Bookings are essential.
Are you seeking information on zoning, planning and development?
To better connect our residents with planning advice, Stirling Libraries - Inglewood are hosting a new drop-in Talk to a Planner service.
Planning Officers can provide general planning advice only, relating to land zoning, development application lodgement questions and statutory time frames, Local Planning Scheme and Planning Policy information.
- Stirling Libraries - Inglewood
- Every second Wednesday 10.00am - 3.00pm.
No bookings necessary, however it is advisable to contact the library to confirm the session. For more information, please contact Stirling Libraries - Inglewood on (08) 9205 7700.
Duty Planning Officers are also available in person from 8.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday at the City’s Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street Stirling or for phone enquiries on (08) 9205 8555.
Do you need help finding a job?
We offer free assistance with resume design, job applications and interview preparation.
Our Jobshop volunteers will guide and support you towards better employment prospects. Free appointments are available for City of Stirling residents at the Osborne Community Hub.
For bookings or more information call Stirling Libraries - Osborne on (08) 9205 7900
Learn more about the resources and services we have available for neurodiverse visitors.
Stirling Libraries - Osborne
To assist our customers with diverse sensory needs we are creating a calmer and quieter environment in the library.
Every Friday, 9.30am - 11.30am
Earmuffs and sensory resources
Stirling Libraries - Osborne
The earmuffs are available for use in the library, for both adults and children who are sensitive to noise and may feel overwhelmed during their visit.
Other sensory resources also available. Please see staff at the front counter.
Sensory Sing and Play
Stirling Libraries - Dianella and Scarborough
Sensory sing and play is an inclusive program of songs and sensory play based learning in a small group setting.
Please visit our Children's activities page for more details.
Our new Home Energy Toolkits are now available for loan from each of our six libraries. The toolkits will help you learn about energy use in your home to reduce your electricity use, and save money on your bills.
Each Toolkit includes:
- PowerMate Lite to measure the electricity use of plug-in appliances, their cost to run and greenhouse gas emissions
- Infra-red Thermometer to measure the temperatures of hard to reach places so you can check heat gains and losses from your home
- Thermometers to assess outside temperatures and how that impacts your comfort inside.
To borrow these kits, just ask our friendly library staff.
Click here to find out more about what you can do so reduce energy and emissions in your home.
Stirling Libraries Mirrabooka and Scarborough operate Seed Libraries. You can start growing plants for food or fun, with flower seeds available at Stirling Libraries - Mirrabooka and vegetable seeds from Stirling Libraries - Scarborough. Local growers can borrow, donate and/or exchange seeds from their own gardens with other keen green thumbs.
For more information, simply contact our libraries.
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 & Craft
- Kitchen & baking supplies
- Health and Wellbeing
- Musical Instruments
- Toys & Games
- Home Improvement
- Outdoor Recreation
- Home & Garden
Browse the catalogue of “Things” on the website or in your library app.