Scottsdale Library

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51 King Street
Scottsdale, Tasmania 7260

Wheelchair accessible

Wi-Fi access 6am to 9pm



(03) 6778 8586


See local events and training courses on Events at the Scottsdale Library

Scottsdale Services

We're on our journey to reopening! The current availability of services at Scottsdale Library; updated 18 June is:
Borrow or return items
Home Library Service
Computers (please book)
Print and scan
Book Groups
Face to face programs

For information on other services, call Scottsdale Library on 6778 8586 or
Libraries Tasmania on 6165 5600

 Temporary Hours

Opening Hours:

   Monday: 10:00 - 5:00
   Tuesday: 10:00 - 5:00
   Wednesday: 10:00 - 5:00
   Thursday: 10:00 - 5:00
   Friday: 10:00 - 5:00

   Saturday and Sunday:   Closed

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Access items locally, from around the state or online

Activities for preschool kids

Rock & Rhyme every Monday from 10.30am - 11am

Restarting:  Monday 29 June @ 10.30am - Book through Eventbrite


Activities for school age children


Check Eventbrite for School Holiday and other learning activities at Scottsdale Library

Free activities for adults


Check Eventbrite for latest program information

Craft group Wednesdays from 10am - 1pm
Multicultural dance - Thursdays from 1.45pm - 3pm

Computers and the internet

Book a computer or use Wi-Fi on your device

Need help with technology?
Computer courses are available or get one to one support from trained staff and volunteers. We currently run the Computer Foundations course through TasTAFE, ask our staff for more information.

Help with reading, writing and maths

Ask our staff if you need help with filling in forms or online applications or chat to our Literacy Coordinator by phoning
(03) 6778 8584 or 0428167429

Training and meeting rooms

Training room available with Smart board. Suitable for meetings or performances. Room seats 80 people. Catering for group training of up to 20 people

Two smaller meeting rooms also available

Find the information you want

Use the library catalogue to access Tasmania's selection of online resources, including newspapers, magazines and music. We can guide you through this process.

Local History advice

Looking for Family and Community History information on the North Eastern Communities of Tasmania? We have a large selection of Local History material relating to the North East of Tasmania.