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The City of Kalamunda Libraries
The catalogue page can be viewed in different languages. Click on "Select language" at top of screen.
Enter your Library Card Number and PIN to access your account details, and to renew and reserve items.
Select the "? Library Catalogue HELP" button for Library Catalog Help and information on how to use this site.
With the City of Kalamunda Libraries app, you can manage your account, find eResources, locate your libraries, renew and reserve items, search the catalogue and so much more!
The app is available for free on Google Play and the App Store. Search City of Kalamunda Libraries to download.
Frequently Asked Question on using our Online Catalogue
We may be able to obtain an item from other sources. Enquire at your local library, or click on the "Send a Request" tab at top of screen. Log in with your Library card number and PIN. Select "ILL Book request" and fill in the fields. Library staff
will contact you about your request.
Your library account is available through the Online Library Catalogue. Open the catalogue and select "Log in" tab at the top of the screen. Log in using your library card number and PIN. Click on "My Account" tab at the top of the screen to see your borrower details. In "My Account" you can do the following:
Each item can be renewed twice by phone, in person or once online.
If you can’t find an item, please ask for assistance, our staff are happy to help you.
You will not be able to renew an item online if the item has reached its due date or is overdue.
Renew Your Items Online
Reserve Items Online
The loan period for items is four weeks (4).
Loan periods may be extended twice either by phone or in person, or once online, provided the item is not overdue or required by another reader. Loan periods for eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks and Kanopy
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.