Bindoon Public Library

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About

The Bindoon Library is located at the Shire of Chittering Administration Centre in Bindoon and is part of the Library and Information Service of Western Australia.

It has a basic stock of approximately 6,500 items that include books, DVDs, audio books, and board games / jigsaws. Monthly exchanges of items mean that approximately 80 new items are received each month, and several times a year we receive rotating stock from other public libraries.

Opening Hours

  • Monday to Friday from 9.00am – 4.30pm
  • Saturday from 9.00am - 12.00pm. Please note that our volunteers open the library on Saturdays and so only basic services are offered.
  • We are closed on public holidays and long weekends, including the Saturday and public holiday.

What can you borrow from the Library?

The Bindoon Library has a limit of fifteen (15) items per card for Adult membership that are allowed to be borrowed at any one time. However, of these only ten (10) can be electronic resources (e.g. DVDs or audio books). For Junior members the limit is ten (10) items, all of which can be electronic resources.

The loan period of items is for four (4) weeks, renewals can be done over the telephone on 9576 4610. However, if the item you have borrowed has been reserved by another member, you will be required to return the item and then ask for it to be reserved for you.

What is available at the Library?

  • fiction and non-fiction books
  • audio books on CD
  • paperback swap
  • junior and adult DVDs
  • large print books
  • reference material
  • free internet terminals and free WiFi
  • Better Beginnings backpacks available for loan
  • free access to ancestry.com via the public PCs
  • Programs and activities

Cadbury fundraising chocolates are also available from only $1 with all proceeds going towards new library stock!

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