Membership is free and open to any resident of Western Australia.
Membership Options and Information
As part of the membership application you need to supply:
When you join the library you agree to accept the library’s borrowing conditions. If you are under 18 years, a parent or guardian will need to sign the register accepting responsibility for your membership and use of the library resources.
As a Library member you are required to:
As a Parent/Guardian you are required to:
Please return all borrowed items in good order and by the due date.
Join the Kalamunda Library Service as an eMember and have access to our eLibrary of digital resources, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and Video Streaming.
Note: Current Library Members already have access to eLibrary resources.
Join as an eMember here
By Registering through the online form, you will receive a membership number that allows you to instantly borrow eBooks, eAudio, eMagazines and Video Streaming. This does not allow you to borrow physical items from the library. To become a full library member, please visit your local City of Kalamunda Library.
If you have any trouble or access issues, our staff will be happy to assist you. Please contact our library during office hours.Kalamunda Library: (08) 9257 9969 | Forrestfield Library: (08) 9257 9975 | High Wycombe Library: (08) 9257 9974 | Lesmurdie Library: (08) 9257 9976
Any member may borrow twenty items per library card.
We have books in standard and large print, audio books, DVDs, music CDs, magazines, items in languages other than English, and resources for learning languages.
There are various eLibrary services available for library members. These services include:
The loan period for items is four weeks (4).
Loan periods may be extended twice either by phone or in person, or once online, provided the item is not overdue or required by another reader. Loan periods for eBooks, eMagazines, eAudiobooks and Kanopy
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.