Come and learn electronics and computer programming so you can bring to life the next great invention, be it in gaming, music or anything you can imagine!
City of Swan Libraries presents a comprehensive series of workshops to inspire and teach new skills for improving your well being. Not only for your health, but inspiring your creative life!
City of Swan libraries are partners of Go Digi, a national digital literacy initiative aimed to help Australians realise their online potential and live confidently in an increasingly digital world.
The City of Swan has six libraries and a drop-point library, so you’ll never have to travel too far to collect or return your items. Find out where they are and their opening hours.
Become a member of one of our libraries. Find out how to join in person or online and all the options open to you.
No matter what your age group, the City of Swan libraries have plenty of programs, activities and clubs to entertain and engage you – many of which are free!
The City of Swan Libraries eLibrary is a virtual library space where library members can gain access to a wide range of online services from the comfort of their own home and of course, for FREE!
Search our catalogue and other catalogues to find an item you require. We have over 200,000 items within our six libraries and thousands more on offer within the WA public library system.
At the City of Swan Libraries, you don't just borrow books. We have a wide range of services we offer to the community. Find out all the things you can do at your local library.
The City of Swan has an interesting and unique background, which is encompassed in our Local History Collection. Find out more in the City's Local History Collection located at Midland Public Library.
City of Swan
Address: 2 Midland Square, Midland,
Tel: (08) 9267 9267
Fax: (08) 9267 9444
Postal Address: PO Box 196, Midland,
The City of Swan acknowledges the Whadjuk (Noongar) people, who are the traditional custodians of this country. We pay respect to their culture, history and their elders past and present.