Collie Public Library is located on the corner of Wittenoom and Steere Streets in Collie. You can contact us by Phone 9734 9042, Fax 9734 2018 or Email library(at)collie.wa.gov.au 

News and Events
Check here to see what events and activities are planned for the library.

For Children
Our fun and fabulous story and rhyme times are on every Monday during school terms with the sensational Mrs Potts.  Enjoy reading stories and sharing simple craft activities or interactive singing and finger rhymes with your children in a relaxed atmosphere.

Both sessions are free and are on alternate Mondays.  Rhymetime is ideally suited to children from 0 to 2 years old, while storytime is great for 2 to fives.  Your friendly library staff will be happy to advise the dates for each, phone 9734 9042.

Collie Library Catalogue

Library stock is refreshed on a weekly basis.  Choose the New Books link to see our latest items and browse readeNew booksr reviews, or link to our catalogue for comprehensive search options.  You can also log in to the catalogue to view your membership details, loans and reservations.

 

E-Books
Over 5,000 titles and growing!  Free e-books for you to borrow, check with your friendly library staff if you have any problems.

YourTutor
Free real time, one on one help for students (must be a library member)

Statewide Catalogue
Search for items held in public libraries throughout the state and request interlibrary loans

Online Resources
A wealth of information at your fingertips including Good Reading magazine and Encyclopedia Britannica.

Opening Hours

Monday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Tuesday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Wednesday 9.00am – 12.00noon
Thursday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Friday 9.00am – 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am – 12.00noon

Membership
It is free to join the library. All you need is proof of identity, such as a current driver’s license. Members may borrow up to ten items each, including books, videos, DVDs, software and magazines. The loan period is two weeks, and it is usually possible to renew items.

Library Manager
Alison Kidman