Our 45 public libraries are located across Tasmania, from Flinders Island to Geeveston.
Public libraries provide places of welcome, learning and exploration for everyone no matter their age, background or identity. Members can borrow items for free both online and in-person.
We support families, family history enthusiasts, jobseekers, people looking for WiFi, PCs or help with technology, keen readers of all ages and people who need help with reading and writing… and you!
Keeping the kids inspired, learning and entertained with regular activities, school holidays programs, and up-to-date online and hard copy collections for all ages.
Learning is for everyone. Explore your passions through adult education classes. Enjoy family history research. Improve your English language skills by joining a conversation group. Develop your literacy, numeracy, and digital skills. We have many more classes, workshops and activities for all ages and skill levels – and it’s all free.
Libraries across Tasmania offer free information and support to adults who want to connect with learning through the Lifelong Learning Information Service. Just visit your local library and talk to one of our friendly staff or call 1800 808 303 for more information.
It’s so easy to join. Why not become a member?