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No mobile library service to Anakie today

We regret that the Golden Plains Mobile Library vehicle is still off the road for mechanical repairs and as such there will be no service to Anakie today.

If you would like to renew or put a hold on an item, please feel free to contact any one of our library branches and staff will be able to assist you over the phone. Contact details for all library branches can be found here.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and will continue to provide updates about the service as we receive further information.

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