Whyalla Public Library is part of the one card network connecting you to more than 130 libraries across SA, providing access to millions of books, eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, DVDs, music CDs, CD-ROMs, online resources and materials in languages other than English, all through your current library card. Our library also has its own local toy library with a range of toys, games, musical instruments and kits suitable for children from 0–8 years.
Please use our online catalogue to browse through our local library collection or the combined SA public libraries collection, your library customer information is held centrally across all SA libraries so you can borrow and return across the state. You will need your membership card to borrow items and your membership number and PIN to access public computers, Wi-Fi, or to access your online record, renew loans or place holds on items to pick up at your home library.
Select the Other Languages link from the Charles Sturt Library to easily find new language resources in a wide variety of languages for yourself, your parents or your children, place a hold and these items can be delivered to Whyalla Public Library for you to collect.
If you were a member of the Whyalla Library prior to 27 March 2014 our “Go Live” day your PIN numbers will have been changed to a 6 digit pin, based on your date of birth, in the format DDMMYY. If you join after this date, you will be allocated a four digit randomly generated PIN number. You should change your pin after you have logged in to your library account to one that is easy for you to remember, but hard for others to predict. If you have any queries please contact the Whyalla Public Library on 8645 7891 or by email: email@example.com
Books Express Loans (popular items)
Audiobooks, DVDs, CDs and CD-ROMs
Total number of loan items per customer
*unless item is reserved
Please note: inline with the Australian Classification Board
- R 18+ classified material (such as films and computer games) is restricted to adults 18 years and over.
- MA 15+ classified material (such as films and computer games) contains strong content and is legally restricted to persons 15 years and over.