Welcome to your library.  Our friendly staff will ensure you enjoy your visit.  Please feel free to ask for assistance.

Contact Details and Opening Hours

South Hedland Library

Address: Leake Street, South Hedland

Phone: 9158 9373


Port Hedland Library

Address: Dempster Street, Port Hedland

Phone: 9158 9378


Monday - Wednesday
Closed on public holidays

9am - 5pm
10am - 6pm
9am - 5pm
10am - 1pm


Services include:

  • A large range of books, DVDs, magazines, audiobooks across both our libraries.
  • A range of eresources.
  • Inter library loans. If we do not have the item you want, we will try to get it for you from another public library in W.A. You can fill out a Reader Request Form and email it through to
  • Free Wi-Fi at South Hedland Library.
  • Public use computers.
  • Printing, photocopying, scanning, faxing and laminating services.
  • Bill payments for a range of Town of Port Hedland services.

Joining the Libraries

Membership is free. Please bring along proof of your current residential address and photo ID plus details of a second contact (who does not reside at the same address as you). Parent/guardian consent is required for those under 18 years of age.
If you are a visitor, temporary membership is also available (deposit required).

Download a membership form. Completed forms can be emailed through to 


  • Adults can borrow 10 items including 4 music CDs or DVDs or combination of both.
  • Juniors (up to 13 years) can borrow 6 items.
  • Young adults (13 and over) can borrow 8 items including 2 music CDs or DVDs or combination of both.
  • Loan period is 3 weeks.
  • Items may be renewed twice unless reserved by another borrower. Items can be renewed in person, by phone or email.
  • Please bring your Membership Card each time you would like to borrow or reserve items.

Current and Upcoming Events

Special Storytime featuring Royal Life Saving WA

Don't miss your chance to learn water safety tips from Royal Life Saving WA and Dippy the Duck.

Sessions will be held on Tuesday 11 September at 10.30am at Port Hedland Library and Thursday 13 September at 10.30am at South Hedland Library.

Tips will include how to keep watch of children in and around water, controlling children's access to pools and the importance of learning to swim.

The latest statistics show there were 291 drownings in aquatic locations in the year leading up to 30 June 2017, which shows the importance of the water safety message.

If you’d like more information on the sessions, please contact Port Hedland Library on 9158 9378 or South Hedland Library on 9158 9373.

Port Hedland History Project

The Town of Port Hedland is looking to extend its local history collection to preserve and celebrate the rich and diverse community of Port Hedland, and surrounding areas. Electronically collecting historical material makes sure items of significance are around for future generations to enjoy. Click here for more information

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