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Use the wifi
Free Wifi when you bring your own device.
Use the internet on the library computers
15 minutes $2.00
30 minutes $4.00
1 hour $6.00
Need help with your iPad, smartphone, tablet, laptop, eReader or anything else that’s technical? Get digitally literate! Book a FREE 45min one-on-one tech help session where YOU choose the topic. Places are limited, bookings essential. Call 9083 1500 now to secure your free tech help session
Borrow Books, DVDs, Audio Books & eResources
Also Available: eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, CD-roms, Magazines, Graphic Novels, Newspapers, Puzzles & Large Print Books.
Adult (18+) 12 items
Young Adult (13-18) 12 items
Children (0-12) 8 items
You can borrow items for 3 weeks. If your items are not returned or renewed before this time overdue fees will be charged.
There are six ways to renew your books:
- Call us on 9083 1500
- Fax us on 9071 5788
- Email us at email@example.com
- Visit us at the library and we can renew your items for you.
- Renew your books online
- Message us on facebook
Overdue fees are charged at .60cents per item, per week.
Join the Library
Membership of the Library is FREE to Ratepayers and Permanent Residents of Esperance. You must be able to provide 100 points of identification. If you cannot provide 100 points of identification you may become a Temporary Member by leaving a deposit. Your deposit will be refunded (subject to return of all items loaned) when you leave Esperance or when you become a permanent member of the library. Visitors to Esperance who are permanent members of a WA Public Library may use their own library card and join with the same Borrowing rights as a permanent member without paying a deposit. Current identification with address details that show residency within that Library’s boundary will be required. Interstate visitors can borrow using the Temporary Member deposit system. Please ask at the counter for further information or, if you wish to discuss membership requirements, please ask to speak to the Library Co-ordinator.
The library has access to over 3 million items in Public Libraries all over Western Australia. We can also access items from interstate for research purposes. If we haven't got it we'll try to get it for you. Search the State Library catalogue and fill out the form, or contact us and we can place the order for you.
Up to 5 years old.
Mondays & Thursdays at 10:30 am.
Come along, read a story, sing some songs & create fantastic crafts. Let your imagination run free.
Better Beginnings (Born to Read)
For babies 7-9 months. Join our quarterley get-togethers involving a Child Health care Nurse, Speech Pathologist and Librarian providing free advice to new parents on the importance of bringing babies and books together.
Create using Microsoft Office, Microsoft Publisher or Adoble Creative Suite for free! Use them to do websites, graphic design, audio engineering and more. Your imagination has no limit.
Housebound Delivery Service
Have library items delivered to you if you are unable to leave the house due to age or illness.
Give us a call on 9083 1500 to arrange this service.
Fax, Scan, Copy, Print
$1 per page to send & receive
Scan to USB
50c per page
Copy & Print
A4 b&w single sided 60c
A4 b&w double sided 80c
A4 Part colour single sided $1.10
A4 Part colour double sided $2.10
A4 Full colour single sided $2.10
A3 b&w single sided 80c
A3 Black and white double sided $1.10
A3 Colour single side only $4.20
The Esperance Public Library has a collection of local history resources. The library houses Esperance's local newspaper Archive. Hard copies of the Esperance Express may be available from 1991 onwards. Microfilms of the Esperance newspaper may be available dating back to 1895.
We also work closely with the Esperance Museum and the Esperance Family History Society.
For any of your local history requirements visit us at the library and we can point you in the right direction.
Esperance Family History Society
A local community group who share an interest in researching family histories.
Their headquarters is upstairs in the library where all the resources are. There is usually someone in attendance on Wednesdays between 2 and 4pm and at other times by appointment through Glenys Gilpin.
For more information you can contact Mrs Glenys Gilpin on
9071 3293 or email her firstname.lastname@example.org
Esperance Public Library has an active volunteer program that enhances the Library's services to the community. If you are interested in volunteering with us, please contact the Esperance Volunteer Centre. Please note that we may not be able to match your immediate needs and your details may go on a waiting list.
Quirky, unique gifts for the book enthusiast.