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Please note:
Your Library has been heavily impacted by the recent surge in COVID-19 and influenza cases.
This means that we may need to close libraries at short notice or reduce operating hours.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you.

Feeling unwell? Please do not enter the library.
Click+Collect and Postal Delivery are still available. Ring 1300 737 277 or your nearest library, or use the app.
If you are displaying symptoms, you may be asked to leave. View conditions of entry.
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Storytimes

Please note: Regular Storytimes run during the school term only. For Holiday Storytimes, please see the School Holiday Program.

 

Watch Storytime online!

You can still catch up on heaps of great storytime sessions online!

Our YouTube Channel has a wide range of Storytimes from all of our storytellers, available to view 24/7.

Get your free activity pack!

Stay entertained and get crafty with our home-delivered activity packs!

Each child is entitled to one activity pack per month. They are full of popular colouring activities, word searches and educational fun, and can be tailored to your child’s interests. There are packs for all ages including babies, toddlers, preschoolers, early primary and primary aged children.

The following conditions apply to all Storytime sessions:
  • Bookings are essential for every adult and child over 12 months
  • Bookings open 3 days before the session
  • Numbers are limited
  • Social distancing will be observed
  • Sessions will run for 20 minutes and include stories, songs, finger-plays and rhymes, plus a take-home craft activity
  • A face mask must be worn at all times, unless the person has a *lawful reason not to.  
  • Conditions of Entry to the library must be observed
 
  • Children must sit with their parent(s) or guardian(s)
  • One Storytime session per week will be delivered online
  • Saturday Storytime will return on Saturday 17 July
  • Chinese Storytime will return on Friday 16 July

Face masks – *lawful reasons:
Face masks must be worn, unless a person has a lawful reason not to.

Examples:

  • Infants and children under the age of 12 years.
  • A person who is affected by a relevant medical condition, including problems with their breathing, a serious condition of the face, a disability or a mental health condition.
  • Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication.
  • Persons for whom wearing a face mask would create a risk to that person’s health and safety related to their work, as determined through OH&S guidelines.
  • When directed to remove the face mask to ascertain identity.
  • During emergencies.
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