With a range of collection items for browsing and borrowing, the mobile service is also your portal to the library corporation’s full collection of 400,000 plus items.
The Bellarine and Surfcoast Mobile also features WiFi, public access computers and iPads as well as printing, scanning and photocopying facilities.
Membership is free and gives you access to all 16 libraries in the network. Just drop in with your ID and we will get you on board with all of the benefits that our library members enjoy.
We stop at:
Aireys Inlet, Anakie, Anglesea, Cape Clear, Deans Marsh, Dereel, Enfield, Grenville, Haddon, Leopold, Linton, Lorne, Meredith, Portarlington, Rokewood, Smythesdale, St Leonards, Winchelsea.
View the timetable online at www.grlc.vic.gov.au/locate/mobile-libraries
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Geelong Regional Libraries’ new project to make local Anzac history accessible to all.
Artist Scott Jansen has recently completed a large Wonderland themed mural on Level One of the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre. The artwork was commissioned by Central Geelong Marketing to promote Storyfest which takes place in central Geelong between 3 – 15 April.
The first Book Fair for 2018 will be held at Geelong West Town Hall on Friday 2, Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 March, and as in past years, there a literally thousands of books in a whole variety of genres on offer. And all it takes it takes for you to change a life is a gold coin donation and a book purchase of $2 (or just $1 for childrens books) - nothing could be easier!
Opening at 9am and on Mondays! We've listened to your feedback, so from Monday 5 February Bannockburn Library will have NEW hours of operation.
All Geelong Regional Libraries will be closed for the Australia Day Holiday, Friday 26 January. Normal hours resume on Saturday 27 January.
The communities of the City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire, Golden Plains Shire and the Borough of Queenscliffe and our library members demonstrated their support for those in need by donating literally ‘tonnes’ of food for the Geelong Food Relief Centre’s annual Food for Fines campaign.
Almost 2 tonnes of food items were donated to the Geelong Food Relief Centre this year from the Food For Fines campaign.