Membership of the library service is free and any resident of Western Australia can join.
If you are over 18 years of age, you can join online by clicking “I Accept” at the bottom of this page after reading the following information and library guidelines.
Alternatively, you may fill out an application form in person at your local library.
By joining online you will become an eLibrary member which will allow you to use a variety of our electronic resources, including:
New library cards are typically posted out to new members within 5 working days of receiving your online membership application.
If you wish to borrow physical resources from our libraries, please visit your nearest branch in person with your new card and some ID
Membership details are confidential and will not be disclosed to unauthorised parties
If you are a temporary resident, or do not have any proof of address, you can register to become a temporary member.
If you are under 18 years old, you will need to visit your nearest branch in person and a parent or guardian must accompany you and sign the membership register.
By joining as a member of the City of Wanneroo Library Service, you are able to borrow from and/or use the facilities of any City of Wanneroo library as set out in the Library Services Policy, the Terms and Conditions of Membership Management Procedure and the Public Computer and Internet Access Management Procedure. These are available on request and are summarised below.
The Library Services Policy is available on the City of Wanneroo website or on request at any of the City's libraries.
The City of Wanneroo Libraries also abide by the Library Board of Western Australia Act 1951 and the Library Board (Registered Public Libraries) Regulations 1985.
A Copy of the complete Conditions of Use is available on request.
The City of Wanneroo libraries are also governed by the Library Board of Western Australia Act 1951; Library Board (Registered Public Libraries) regulations 1985 BS RGW City of Wanneroo Libraries Policy.