Armadale Library has a Makerbot Replicator 2 available for members of our community to access and use to print 3D objects.
We have various tools to help patrons with a vision or print disability.
This creative writing competition is open to adult amateur writers living in Western Australia.
The Armadale Young Writers’ Award will open and accept entries from 1 June - 30 June 2018
Bulk loans are provided to local nursing homes and retirement villages.
Each of our libraries has computers which have access to the internet, as well as Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher.
The City libraries are pleased to support the Australian Taxation Office Tax Help Program.
A Justice of the Peace is available at Kelmscott Library on Thursdays from 10am - 1pm.
The FOCUS local history photo competition has returned for 2018, with cash prizes up for grabs to amateur photographers who want to showcase their works.
The City Libraries have a home delivery service, available for people who are unable to visit the library.
Library membership is free and anyone can join.
All our libraries have meeting rooms available for hire.
The Armadale Library now offers Mobile Printing.
DAISY Players, Desktop Magnifier, ARLEC Engraver, Powermate and eReaders.
Library members can book a session on a public PC.
A special area has been set aside at the Seville Grove Library as a Family Reading Centre.
The Library Newsletter is sent out approximately every six weeks.
This spacious well lit area of the Armadale Library is set up with tables and chairs conducive to quiet study.
The Reading Lounge at Armadale Library is a bright and airy area set up with comfortable chairs and some tables.
Armadale Library has a collection of WACE study guides and previous years’ exam papers for year 11 and 12 students.
The Youth Zone houses two Playstation consoles and a Wii.