Yarra Plenty Regional Libraries

The Yarra Plenty Regional Library Service covers an area of 983 square kilometres and includes metropolitan, urban fringe and rural populations. It reaches a population of 290,000 of whom 145,000 are members.

It has a collection of 530,000 items, lends 3.7 million books and other items each year and employs equivalent to 100 full-time staff with a budget in 2002/2003 of more than $8 million.

Membership is free and open to everyone. You can join the library at any of our eight branches and our mobile library, or online via the website

Please bring with you some current form of identification like a driver's licence, rate notice or a telephone account, or anything that has both name and address details.

There is no minimum joining age, but if you are under 18, some form of ID from a parent/guardian as well as their signature is needed

We have extensive collections for adults and children


Ivanhoe
255 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe
Ph: 03 9497 5780

Eltham
Panther Place, Eltham
Ph: 03 9439 9266

Thomastown
52 Main Street, Thomastown
Ph: 03 9464 1864

Rosanna
Turnham Avenue, Rosanna
Ph: 03 9459 6171

Lalor
2A May Road, Lalor
Ph: 03 9465 2353

Mill Park
394 Plenty Road, Mill Park
Ph: 03 9437 8189

Diamond Valley
Civic Drive, Greensborough, Greensborough
Ph: 03 9434 3809

Watsonia
4-6 Ibbottson Street, Watsonia
Ph: 03 9435 2397


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