Whats on at Your Library?


Be Connected one-on-one computer support lessons

Aim of program: Learn to use your device e.g. iPad, tablet, smartphone or laptop and navigate the internet at your own pace

Suitable for: All levels from beginners to advance

Bookings: 1 hour 

What to bring: Your device. We have available devices to use for your  lesson if you don’t have one. Don’t worry about internet connection – we have that covered too.

WE can help you….

  • Learn to use your device
  • Navigate the internet and online safety
  • Set up an email account , use social media etc..
  • Learn about Wi-Fi and data
  • Smartphone apps
  • Or tell us what you would like to learn and we will help put together a personalised lesson for you!

Lessons are available at your local library. For Australind and Binningup Library bookings call 9797 4590 and for Harvey call 9729 0390.

ENTERPRISE – Our online catalogue

With the ability to log in from home library members can access their library account to view the items on loan, renew items, search the catalogue, reserve items and check out the events happening at the libraries.

With access to 23 libraries in the South West, library members have a large range of items and resources at their fingertips. All you need is your library card number and pin (please ask staff for your unique pin) to access the full site and what it provides.

For more information or questions please call your local library on Australind – 9797 4590, Harvey – 97290390, Yarloop – 97335420 and Binningup – 9720293

Please click HERE for our online catalogue

One Library

The One Library network is the first of its kind in Western Australia and connects 24 libraries in 12 Shires in the South west, giving greater access to patrons. With the One Library network items can easily be requested by yourself online or by library staff. Patrons can borrow and return books at any of the libraries in the One Library system. You current library can be used at any of the following libraries:

Australind, Balingup, Binningup, Boddington, Boyanup, Boyup Brook, Bridgetown, Bunbury, Busselton, Capel, Dalyellup, Dardanup, Donnybrook, Dunsborough, Eaton, Harvey, Manjimup, Nannup, Northcliffe, Pemberton, Walpole, Waroona, Withers and Yarloop.

For more information please contact or visit your local library.


Book Chat at the Harvey Library!

Book chat meets once a month on the last Tuesday at 11am at Harvey Library.  Participants chat about the books they have read, recommendations, books to avoid – and anything else of interest that arises.  Lively discussions always take place. New members welcome.

For more information call the Harvey Library on 9729 0390 or email hstaff@harvey.wa.gov.au



Lego at Harvey

Lego is available at Harvey Library every day after school and on Saturday mornings.  Let your creativity roar!

For more information contact the Harvey Library on 97290390 or hstaff@harvey.wa.gov.au



Story and Rhyme Time Sessions

Weekly Story and Rhyme Time sessions are held for under school aged children. Babies and children who love books and have the pleasure of hearing stories and rhymes have a flying start when it comes to learning to read by themselves. Sessions are organised locally and take place in libraries. They incorporate a mix of songs, rhymes, rhythm and movement as well as providing the opportunity to share games, novelty books and toys. Head along to your local library to take part in Rhyme Time and other events – children are never too young to join the library, it is free and lots of fun!

HARVEY: Story Time: Every Wednesday at 9.30am

AUSTRALIND: Story Time: Every Wednesday at 10am. Rhyme Time: Every Tuesday and Friday at 10am.

Special story times are held for daycare’s, play groups and preschools on request. Please contact the Principal Librarian on 9729 0390 for more information.



Book Club

Book Club Sets are available for loan from Harvey Shire Libraries for use by Book clubs. For more information about borrowing a book club set, starting a book club or joining an already existing book club please call your local library.