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Liverpool City Library – Liverpool City Council

Liverpool City Council’s libraries have proudly provided educational resources, leisure-time reading entertainment and community gathering spaces for more than 60 years.

Liverpool City Library’s six branches, located at Carnes Hill, Casula, Green Valley, Liverpool CBD, Miller and Moorebank, provide members of the community with access to a world of information.

In addition to our collection of more than 350,000 books, CDs and DVDs, newspapers, magazines and digital resources available for loan or use online, we provide a range of free workshops and events each week for children, adults, seniors and people from a culturally or linguistically diverse background.

Kids Regular programs
Rhyme Time
Toddle Time
Duplo Bricks
Night Time Storytime
Homework Centre
Miller Library Reading Club
Schools Out - craft activities - on-line
Storytime - now also on-line also -Facebook
Mini Maker on-line Facebook
Adults regular programs
Conversation cafe - (English learning) - now on-line
Auslan Friendship Group
Book Chat - on-line
Knitting and craft
CALD Social Board Games
English Workshop: Your Language Studio
Computers -  2 hours per day  (can be extended)
Printing and wi-fi printing
Free wi-fi
Photocopying and scanning
Physical resources
Books (English and 16 community languages)
Magazines newspapers (English and community languages)
DVDs (English and community languages)
Other Services
Home Library Service
Bulk loan of books from the State Library in languages which library does not have in the collection.
All resources are available for adults, young adults and children and the most important when the customers are accessing information from our website, they can select the language. All they need to do is to scroll down down the page and select language.

Other services we provide include providing meeting rooms for hire, a home library service and regular access to a Justice of the Peace.

Membership is free for anyone living, studying or working in the Liverpool area.

To become a member for free, visit your local branch or join online. There is no minimum age to join, but anyone under 16 requires parental/guardian consent.

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