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State Government Health Advice
In line with State Government’s health advice, the following applies at all City of Salisbury library and community centre sites;
No maximum capacity assuming there is four (4) square metres of space per three (3) people available indoors (75%). Physical distancing (1.5 metres) and hygiene protocols apply
Please keep the above in mind when visiting and contact (08) 8406 8222 or email us if you have any questions.
Just across the road from the popular Hollywood Shopping Centre and a short walk from the Salisbury Downs Primary School, the Salisbury West Library is a quiet and calm space in the west of Salisbury.
With a great range of activities for children over the school holidays, along with a fantastic collection of books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and video games, the Salisbury West Library has something for everyone. Public computers with access to the internet and printing facilities are available for members to use.
Connecting more than 130 public libraries across SA, the ‘One Card Network’ enables Salisbury Library Service patrons to borrow and return items wherever they are with their current library card.
Members and visitors can access library computers for internet access and word processing. Black and white or colour printing is available at a cost. Children under the age of 18 need authorisation from their parent or guardian to access the internet.
Members with wi-fi enabled devices can register and log in to the secure wireless network within the library. Download limits apply.
Salisbury’s biggest book club highlights different authors and titles each year. Borrow the book from the library, then attend an event with the author for a chance to meet and hear them, as well as get a book signed. One Book One Salisbury runs from May to August each year.
Local and interstate authors are hosted by Salisbury Libraries throughout the year. Authors may visit at the invitation of the library or in conjunction with The Advertiser Little or Big Book clubs.
During the summer holidays, children up to the age of 18 can register and record all the titles they read. The library rewards the most avid readers but everyone who participates has the opportunity to have fun and win prizes. The Club is promoted in early December.
During the school holidays programs for children of all ages, including preschool, are held across all of the library branches. Pick up a flyer before the holidays start or subscribe to their monthly e-newsletter for information about programs and bookings.
View the Term Guide for current programs and events.