Mawson Lakes Library

The Mawson Lakes Library provides a range of library and information resources and services for the local community and the Mawson Lakes School. Services include City of Salisbury community information and Justice of the Peace. Story Time and Giggle Time sessions for under-fives are also available. Other services include:

Library Catalogue

The library catalogue provides a complete listing of items that can be borrowed from or accessed in the libraries. Renew your items online before they are due using your library barcode and PIN. Using the same process, you can also reserve an item through the library catalogue. Click here to access the library catalogue.



One Card Network

The 'One Card Network' is connecting more than 130 public libraries across SA and will enable the Salisbury Library Service patrons to borrow and return items wherever they are with their current library card. Click here more information.

Free Computer Access

Members and visitors can access library computers for internet access and word processing for 55 minutes per day. Black and white and/or colour printing is available at a cost. Internet content in the Library is unfiltered and children under the age of 18 are required to have authorisation from their parent/guardian before access is granted.

Wireless Internet

Members with wi-fi enabled devices can register and login to the secure wireless network within the library. Download limits apply.

One Book One Salisbury

Salisbury's biggest book club highlights different authors and titles each year. Borrow the book from the library, then attend an event with the author for a chance to meet and hear them, as well as get a book signed. One Book One Salisbury runs from May to August each year.

Author Events

The Salisbury Libraries host local and interstate authors throughout the year. Authors may visit at the invitation of the library or in conjunction with The Advertiser Little or Big Book clubs. Subscribe to the monthly e-newsletter to ensure you don't miss the publicity for these interesting and entertaining events.

Summer Reading Club

During the summer holidays, children up to the age of 18 can register and record all the titles they read. The library rewards the most avid readers but everyone who participates has the opportunity to have fun and win prizes. The Club is promoted in early December. Enquiries 8406 8237.

School Holidays

During the school holidays programs for children of all ages, including preschool, are held across all of the library branches. Pick up a flyer before the holidays start or subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter for information about programs and bookings. School holiday programs and details are also available at and search ''school holiday program". Enquiries 84068237.

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