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 Ruth Faulkner Public Library and Belmont Museum

We are situated in Faulkner Park Civic Precinct in the heart of the City of Belmont. You can explore both the Library and the Belmont Mini Museum - all in one central location.

The City of Belmont continues to work towards delivering the new multi-purpose cross-generational Community Centre in Faulkner Park Civic Precinct which will include the library, museum, senior citizens centre, office space for community service providers, crèche and café. Please click here for Community Centre work updates. 


Contact Us

Library Opening Hours 

Phone (08) 9477 7150
Monday to Thursday
9am to 8.30pm
Email libinfodesk@belmont.wa.gov.au Friday 9am to 5pm
Address 215 Wright Street
Saturday 9am to 12 noon
Cloverdale WA 6105
Sunday and Public Holidays
CLOSED
Click here for directions

​​Museum Opening Hours ​

​Monday to Friday ​9am to 5pm

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Library Membership​

 
Library membership is invaluable. It provides you with access to tens of thousands of resources (both physical and digital), use of technology in the Library and an array of programs for all ages. Memberships are available both online and in the Library. You can access your membership information, chan​ge your address, make suggestions, request items and more by logging into your library account below. Best of all, Library membership is free!



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Belmont Museum​

 
At the Belmont Mini-Museum you will discover a unique collection of artefacts relating to the local history of the districts within the City of Belmont. From a beautiful stained glass window to a giant map, a quirky false teeth vulcaniser to early technology, there is something for everyone in our hands-on Museum.
 
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Ready for Relocation

To prepare for the move to the City’s new community facility, the library will be closed from Monday, 10 February to Saturday, 22 February 2020. The mini-library will reopen from 9am on Monday, 24 February 2020. ​

The move to the new facility will occur in stages. ​To ensure we can provide similar services once the relocation to our new building begins, the current space will be converted to a mini-library during this initial closure. 

Online services (including ebooks) will be available throughout the closure and items can be returned via our 24/7 after-hours chute at any time. Phone or email enquiries can be made between 9am and 5pm on weekdays. Library staff will be available at the Civic Centre from 2pm to 4pm weekdays for hold pick-ups and general queries.


​​Digital Books, Apps and eResources
 
Did you know that we have a huge range of eResources and apps free with your library card? Click here to find out more.

• eBooks
• eAudio
• Film Streaming
• Newspapers
• eMagazines
• Games
• Encyclopedia
• Games

Library for Adults


We have events, speakers and activities at the Library for everyone! Would you like to play board games, meet visiting authors and other fascinating speakers or perhaps even attend a musical performance? The Library has a fantastic array of programs for adults that run throughout the year.

I'm interested in Special Events for Adults

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I'm interested in Reader Reward Programs for Adults​



Library for Children and Youth

We offer a huge range of programs, for newborns and their parents right through to young adults!

I'm interested in Special Events for Children

I'm interested in Regular Programs for Children

I'm interested in Activities for Teens (12-18 years)




Computers, Meeting Rooms and Printing


The Library offers printing, scanning, photocopying, public access internet and computers and so much more. Meeting and study spaces are available to individuals and community groups. You can also access hard copies of Council information and Meeting minutes. Check out what your Library has to offer you!

Find out more!

Book a Library computer here.


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Learning Support, English Classes and Home Delivery

Whether you are newly arrived in Australia, dealing with a permanent or temporary disability or a student at any level the Library can provide you with the support you need to succeed. 

If you cannot find the information you need here, please contact our friendly Library staff for more information regarding your specific situation.

Find out more here.