Smithton Library


Monday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Closed public holidays

Returning items:

Smithton Library accepts returns 24/7


134 - 140 Nelson Street, Smithton, Tasmania, 7330

Wheelchair accessible

Wi-Fi access

6:00 am - 9:00 pm



(03) 6478 9574


Borrow from the library

Access items locally, statewide, or online via our website. Find out more about borrowing.

Home Library Service

Computer help

Find the information you want

Research and information resources locally and online

Discover family history resources and support

Get help with research and finding information

Man at computer

Computers and the internet

Free public access to our computers and Wi-Fi.
Need help with technology? Ask about our scheduled programs or talk to us to organise support from one of our trained volunteers.

Person studying

Space to study, research or read

People of all ages and interests have access to flexible spaces to feel welcome as an individual or for a group activity

Child singing with hand actions

Activities for preschool kids

View and book via Eventbrite

Rock and Rhyme Thursday 11:00am – 11.30am

Storytime Tuesday 11:00am – 11.30am

Children participating in coding activity

Activities for school kids

View and book via Eventbrite

People playing scrabble

Activities for adults

View and book via Eventbrite

Tutor assisting person with writing

Help with reading, writing, and maths

One to one tutoring with trained volunteers, free and confidential.

Filling in forms, dealing with numbers, reading and writing.

First Gear support to help you pass your Road Rules test.  Talk to our friendly staff for more information or call Anne 0428 187 880

Four people using meeting room space


Smithton Library has meeting rooms for hire.

Printing, scanning and photocopying available – fees apply.

Decoration: many hands to express the accessibility


Libraries Tasmania is committed to making our libraries accessible for all to use and enjoy.
More information on accessibility in our libraries.

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