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Public Library

The Narembeen Public Library is centrally located within the Narembeen Community Resource Centre at 2/19 Churchill Street within the Narembeen Community Precinct.

The library has a variety of study and reading areas and diverse collection of books and movies.

Ph: 08 9064 7055


Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm.

The range of materials available to members includes:

  • Books for reference or loan on a variety of subjects for young people and adults
  • Fiction and non-fiction, junior, young adult and adult
  • Large print books
  • Videos/DVDs
  • Audio cassettes
  • Community information
  • History books
  • Council Minutes, Agendas and Reports

Loss or damage to any library items must be reported immediately. If liable, You will be charged the current replacement cost for any item that is lost or damaged.


Memberships are FREE and available at the Narembeen Community Resource Centre.

Inter-Library Loans

If library members would like to borrow an item that we currently do not have in the library, your local library staff can request those items from another library which will arrive within two to three weeks.

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Story Time

The Narembeen Library has Story Time every last Friday of the month tailored to 1-5 year old's, but all ages are welcome.

All Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Story Time includes:

  • Stories 
  • Songs
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Fun Games

To view the Story Time flyer click here.

Rhyme Time

The Narembeen Library has Rhyme Time every second Tuesday of the month tailored to 0-3 year old's, but all ages are welcome.

All Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Rhyme Time includes:

  • Rhymes
  • Songs
  • Stories
  • Dancing

To view the Rhyme Time flyer click here.

The Narembeen Library partners with the Better Beginnings WA Program. We support parents in reading to their children so that the children are able to build the early literacy skills needed to succeed later on in life. We aim for every child to have a wonderful and educational experience of books and rhymes and help them to share them with their family and friends. Literacy begins at birth therefore 75% of brain development happens in a child's first 3 years of living. Better Beginnings and the Narembeen CRC aim to help develop literacy skills in all young children through fostering a love of books and language.