Woodanilling Public Library

Open Hours
Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Address: 3316 Robinson Road, Woodanilling WA 6316
Phone: 08 9823 1506

Joining The Library

  • Membership is free
  • Proof of your current residential address is required
  • Details of second contact
  • Parent/Guardian consent for those under 18
  • Visitors may enquire about temporary membership

Borrowing From The Library

  • Adults can borrow six items
  • Juniors (up to 13 years) can borrow 4 items
  • Loan period is 1 month
  • Items may be renewed twice by telephone, unless reserved by another borrower.

What Is Available At The Library?

  • Fiction and Non-fiction books
  • Junior and Young Adult collections
  • Audio Books 
  • Junior and Adult DVD's
  • Large Print Books
  • Maps
  • Local History Collection-Resources

Requests And Inter Library Loans

If an item in our collection is on loan we can reserve it for you. If we don't have the item or information you want, please ask, and we will try to get it for you from other public libraries in Western Australia.

Approximately 24 library books/items are exchanged every second month, ensuring a current and up to date collection. Special subject or material requests are welcome, please ask during your next visit.

Membership Responsibilities

  • Items lost or damaged while on loan must be paid for.

Your library is a public place. Library staff want you to feel welcome, to enjoy your visit and to use as many services as possible.

Public Access Laptop

The Public access laptop computer provides free access to the Internet for research/study purposes. 

Photocopying, scanning, laminating is available at the shire office for a charge. 

Borrow Box for eBooks & eAudiobooks

Step 1. Online - Log in using this link   or  Apps - Install BorrowBox app on your device. Select your library and then enter your library Id/Barcode and password/PIN. (see Step 2)

Step 2. Your password is the last 3 numbers & the letter at the end of your barcode on your library card.

Step 3. Borrow - confirm your choice or reserve a title for later.

Step 4. Download the complete eBook or eAudiobook instantly.  When reserved titles are ready to download you will receive an email.


State Library of Western Australia