Northern Beaches Libraries provide a wide range of services to the community. Librarians are on hand to help with any enquiry. From delivering books to housebound members of the community to invigilating student exams, you’ll be surprised at how many services we offer.
The volunteer Justice of the Peace service operates at Dee Why, Forestville, Glen Street, Manly and Warringah Mall Libraries.
Book club kits come with ten copies of a popular title, plus discussion points to get your conversation started.
The home library service delivers library resources to those who are either temporarily or permanently unable to visit the library.
Join a reading group at one of the libraries to discuss a variety of themes and authors including scientific developments.
From suggestions for your next great read to help with a school project or general research, your librarian will help.
We can search the collections of other libraries and borrow it on your behalf if we don’t have the item.
If you need to take an exam online and require invigilation, your local library provides exam supervision services.
Northern Beaches Libraries offer free access to computers and WiFi as well as printing, copying and scanning facilities.
We can tell you which new books have recently won prizes or have received 5-star reviews and update you on the latest titles to hit our shelves.
Drug Info@Your Library provides accessible drug information to communities through public libraries and the web.
Find Legal Answers is a free legal information service for the community of NSW.