Our programs aim to provide an entertaining and enriching experience, while helping develop early literacy and language skills.

Our programs cater for different age groups or the whole family and are delivered online and in our libraries.

Enjoy digital storytimes with Story Box Library

Story Box Library features Australian stories read by some of Australia's finest storytellers in video format. The stories are recommended for children aged 3-12 years.

Play Story Box videos on a phone, tablet or laptop

  1. Go to Story Box Library and log in using your library membership number.

  2. Browse the collection to find a video to play.

Activities at our libraries

Sing baby sing

Introduce your baby to the joy and rhythm of language in this interactive singing session. You'll be introduced to songs and rhymes that you and your baby will enjoy. It's also a wonderful opportunity to meet other parents and carers.

Ages: 0 to 12 months

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Tiny tots storytime

An enjoyable introduction to books, storytime, songs and rhymes for your young child that enhances the development of early reading skills. Tinytots aims to develop listening and interactive skills and provides an opportunity to socialise with other children.

Ages: 1 to 2.5 years

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Preschool storytime

A  mix of story reading, nursery rhymes, songs and activities that creates an entertaining and enriching experience for children and their parents and caregivers.

Ages: 2.5 to 5 years

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Bedtime storytime

Wear your pyjamas and don’t forget your favourite teddy! Bedtime storytime is an enjoyable story session for the whole family.

Ages: children of all ages

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Chinese storytime

Join children of all ages for stories and songs in Mandarin and English. The sessions are free and don't need to be booked.


Ages: children of all ages

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Make it! After school clubs

Our after school clubs offer a range of creative, fun and educational activities such as craft, construction, science and robotics.

Ages: school-aged children 

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