We provide a FREE library and information service from four branch libraries, in Riverton, Willetton, Cannington and Bentley.
You can also use an online service to find and reserve titles, and renew loans.
The libraries have a wide range of books (in ordinary and large print), magazines and newspapers, online databases and other e-resources, music, DVDs, CD-ROMs, jigsaw puzzles, and books in other languages, for adults and children to borrow, or to use for reference and research.
You can browse the internet, check your email, join our special services for children, youth or seniors, find a space to study, or just sit and enjoy a relaxing read. WiFi access on your own device is free for members.
JOIN THE LIBRARY – IT'S FREE
Using this service you can:
EBOOKS FOR LOAN! Library members can now borrow and read or download thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks via three digital collections.
To access these collections you need to have: A valid City of Canning library card (with no monies owing), internet access, and a compatible device*.
Note: Due to licensing restrictions imposed by Amazon, Kindle devices are not currently supported.
Visit the Western Australia Public Libraries Digital Media Collection and sign in with your library (City of Canning), then card number (it must be free of any outstanding fines) to enjoy digital books on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or ebook reader* anytime, anywhere. The WAPLDMC platform is powered by OverDrive, free to install.
Wheelers ePlatform (eBooks) can be accessed via current City of Canning library card number. No password is required. (http://canning.wheelers.co/)
OneClickDigital (eAudiobooks). Select "Create New Account" on your first visit; select "Login" thereafter. (http://canning.oneclickdigital.eu/Home/Featured.aspx)
your tutor connects a student to an Australian teacher or tutor online to discuss maths, English, science, research, study skills, or library skills question.
Perfect for families with a busy schedule, yourtutor is on-demand, online, no appointments needed, access from home or the library.
This quick video for students explains how yourtutor works.
Take a look: yourtutor.com.au/watch