Busselton Library

Star 4.5 (146 Google reviews)

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Busselton Library

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
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The City of Busselton Libraries, in both Busselton and Dunsborough, have an extensive range of fiction and non-fiction books for loan; for pleasure, study and research for all ages. You can also enjoy eBook fiction and non-fiction on a wide variety of compatible tablets, phones and computers - free with your library membership.  Free WiFi is available, while public access computers with internet and word processing facilities are accessible and can be reserved online.
Printing from the public computers is available, at 20c per page for black and white and two dollars per page for colour. 

The Home Library Service is a free fortnightly service to offered to members of the City of Busselton community who are unable to access the libraries in person.  A monthly nursing home library service is also available for the community.



Busselton Library

Stanley Pl, Busselton WA 6280, Australia


Star 4.5 (146 Google reviews)
John Stacey 10 April 2023

Sorry to be less enthusiatic but my experience wasn't good. I asked about pet friendly accommodation and the assistant said they did not have a list (Margaret River Visitor Centre did) but she pointed out that they were funded by members and so did not have every accommodation listed. They were not independent. I thought all Visitor Centres were funded by the local authority but this one isn't.

Anne Lindorff 21 June 2022

The visitor Centre Museum is facinating! I love history and knew very little about the history of Busselton. Next time I visit Busselton I am going to spend more time here discover more of the history of Busso presented so well in the displays.

Ingenii 11 August 2022

Friendly and helpful staff that are informative and insightful.. lots of selections and discoveries waiting to be explore around within the surrounding areas as brochures enticing you to experience.

Riley Kernaghan 07 January 2023

A 5 star history display built around the oldest train in WA. The Ballaarat locomotive has been impressively restored and there is an informative overview about its history and the economic history of the Busselton region. The only thing missing was a map of where those first railways went. As a QLD visitor this made it it very confusing to understand where exactly everything mentioned happened in relation to Busselton. The visitor centre is a much better historical display than the one at the Museum, which was too old and unfocussed to be of interest.

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