The Naracoorte Public Library has temporarily relocated around the corner to 165 Smith Street, Naracoorte.
165 Smith Street, Naracoorte SA 5271
Phone: (08) 8762 2338
Fax: (08) 8762 4209
The Naracoorte Public Library is part of the One Card system.
This means your Library card allows you to borrow items in the Library as well as borrowing books, DVDs, CDs and magazines from across South Australia. Click the link above to view the online library catalogue.
You can simply go online and reserve items from any library in South Australia, read newspapers online and access other online resources.
To join the Library bring identification of your name and address. Membership is also available for temporary borrowers with a $30.00 fee refundable on return of items.
Online homework help is available free to people with a Naracoorte Public Library or Lucindale Community Library card. There are no appointments necessary simply click on the ‘yourtutor’ button and login using your library card.
Yourtutor is an online tutoring service offering just-in-time homework and study help to students in years 4 – 12, in English, maths, science, research and study skills. The ‘yourtutor’ service is open from 3pm – 10pm, Sunday to Friday. Students can connect online using their library card from home or at the library, and get help with their homework questions. If you do not have a card or have an old card you will need to visit the Naracoorte Public Library or the Lucindale Community Library.
The service provides students with expert one-to-one guidance. It is easy and quick to connect, and the tutors are all specialists in their subject areas. For homework help click the Your Tutor logo.
DVDs may be borrowed for one week only. Magazines and compact discs may be borrowed for two weeks. All other items have a four week loan period which may be extended once. When the Library is closed items may be returned through the book chute.
If the Naracoorte Library, or any of the participating libraries in the network, does not have the books that you require then they can be ordered through the statewide network, PLAIN. The State Library is also used for reference queries and newspaper articles etc.
Internet access is free and available to the public, there are three computer terminals and bookings are required. People under 18 years require a consent form signed by parent/guardian to access the computers. The computers may also be used for word processing, excel spreadsheets, scanning etc.
Seniors may use the two Broadband for Seniors computers. Training is offered by volunteers and an online tutorial.
The Library has a black and white photocopier for public use at very reasonable prices.
PressDisplay provides instant online access to today's newspapers from around the world in full-colour, full-page format. Read a newspaper in your own language with over 1,000 titles to choose from. Click here to access the papers.
These are available on microfiche for researching family history in the Robe District (which includes the Naracoorte and Lucindale ares).
Births 1875 -1923 plus indexes only to 1950.
Deaths 1875 - 1969 plus indexes only to 1973.
Marriages 1856 – 1939 plus indexes only to 1973.
The Naracoorte Herald is available on microfilm from December 1875 - 1946 and 1948 - 2000. Hard copies are available onsite from 1999 onwards.
Periodically items will be available to purchase at reasonable prices.
A storytelling and craft session is usually held twice during the school holidays. The same theme will be conducted during the two sessions. Recommended for children 5-9 years. Please book.
The Naracoorte Public Library was opened on the 20th October, 1978 with a small stock of 8,500 items. The Library was also the Tourist Office from 1978 until its move to the Visitor Information Centre.
From 1981 - 1988, the Library was a joint use library with Naracoorte TAFE, many TAFE books still remain in the Library.
In 1984, the Naracoorte Toy Library Committee set up a lending library for toys, 2010 this service has since moved to the Naracoorte South Primary School.
|Monday||09:00AM - 05:30PM|
|Tuesday||09:00AM - 05:30PM|
|Wednesday||09:00AM - 05:30PM|
|Thursday||09:00AM - 08:00PM|
|Friday||09:00AM - 05:30PM|
|Saturday||08:30AM - 12:00PM|
||The library is closed on Public Holidays|