At the City of Kalamunda Libraries we offer more than just items to borrow, we are also about spaces; spaces for everyone at your library!
Enjoy our relaxing spaces to read daily copies of the West Australian and the Australian. Current issues of magazines are also available to read in the library.
Spaces are available for individuals and small groups to study or work or just relax.
WiFi is available at Kalamunda, Forrestfield and High Wycombe libraries.
Drinks and small amounts of food are allowed in the libraries, but please keep them away from library resources and place rubbish in bins provided.
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Libraries have expanded beyond traditional roles and are reaching further into their communities.
People who are physically unable to visit the library may be eligible for a library delivery service. We deliver books, magazines, talking books, large print and many other items that are available for loan.
Please phone your local library to ask about this service.
The City of Kalamunda Libraries provide an outreach service promoting library services for adults and children through ‘pop-up libraries’ held at various locations throughout the year.
The City of Kalamunda libraries offer a range of regular adult activities and programs.
These regular sessions give an opportunity for the community members to socialise, develop skills and join like-minded people to explore their interests. Programs offered include Knitting, English conversation classes, tech learning classes, scrabble,
philosophy discussions and book clubs.
Find more details of when and where these various sessions run at our libraries
Check Out & Return Seeds - Promoting sustainability, community collaboration and engagement through sharing of seeds and knowledge.
Venue: High Wycombe Library, 15 Markham Road, High Wycombe
‘Check out’ up to 2 packets of seeds from the library - free!Plant the seeds in your garden, care for them, reap the harvest and enjoy your produce.‘Return’ seeds saved
from your crop back to the libraryGrow your gardening knowledge by borrowing books from our collectionContact us on 9257 9974 to learn more!
The libraries hold various events throughout the year for adults on a wide variety of topics.
Workshops and talks provide something engaging and entertaining across a broad range of interests, from technology through to experts giving advice and tips on a range of subjects.
Author talks are an opportunity to meet one of your favourite authors or discover someone new! Books are often available for purchase and signing.
For details of upcoming workshops, talks and Author Events please check What’s on.
A document witnessing service is available at Midland Courthouse Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9.30am - 12.30pm.
If you are unable to attend a Document Witnessing Centre, you can find a Justice of the Peace (JP) or Document Witness locations in your area by using the online search facility.https://www.wa.gov.au/service/justice/civil-law/find-justice-of-the-peace-your-areaIf you are unable to access the website please call the automated telephone service (1300 657 788) which provides information to locate a JP.
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.