Casey Cardinia Libraries offer an amazing range of services to the community.
Find out how you can become a library member and start borrowing books, DVDs, magazines and other media as well as digital content.
Casey Cardinia Libraries hold a collection of approximately 350,000 items, which members can access for free.
Items include books, CDs, DVDs, audiobooks and magazines, as well as ebooks, emagazines, eaudiobooks and emusic. We also have collections in Chinese, Persian and Sinhalese.
We are a member of the SWIFT library consortium which means you can borrow from a state-wide collection of more than 2 million items at no cost, including items in many other languages.
Casey Cardinia Libraries offer free access to Wi-Fi on a 24/7 basis, so even when our branches are closed you can still access the web.
We also provide free use of PCs equipped with Microsoft Office Suite during opening hours.
Printing and photocopying are available at reasonable cost.
Find and book a meeting room for your community group or business. Meeting rooms are available during opening hours at most of our libraries.
Book Groups (or Book Clubs) have been formed by people who enjoy reading and discussing the same book with others. Book Group members may work together, live in the same area or be a group of friends who have known each other for years.
Casey Cardinia Libraries offers free deliveries of library materials to those who are housebound or who have difficulty getting to the library.
Public libraries have changed a lot in recent years, so here is what we want you to know when accessing library services and equipment.
Casey Cardinia Libraries offers a wide range of services to the community completely free of charge. However some services are subject to fees. We also reserve the right to restrict and block access to our services if you have overdue or lost items.
Access our fees and charges guide here.
Can’t find what you are looking for in our catalogue. If you can’t find it in our collection, or in one of our broader library partners’ collections, you can request a title through Inter-Library Loan (please note a small fee applies).