Following the state government easing COVID restrictions, Hobsons Bay City Council is pleased to re-open several of its facilities and return to COVID-safe face-to-face services, including libraries and Customer Service.
For the latest details on Coronavirus and current restrictions visit our website: www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/Coronavirus
Hobsons Bay Libraries are currently operating on reduced hours and with some time and access limits to services. Please check the library website for the most up-to-date opening hours and service information.
Information about Council's response to Coronavirus and the effect on services can be found here.
Hobsons Bay Libraries deliver a wide range of services through five branches, and the library website to provide an open, welcoming environment for everyone to access, enjoy and discover.
123 Queen Street
Altona Meadows Library and Learning Centre
Central Square Shopping Centre
2 Newham Way
Altona Meadows 3028
Corner Millers and McArthurs Roads
Altona North 3025
13 Mason Street
104 Ferguson Street
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Telephone 1300 HOB LIB (1300 462 542)
In Person Visit any of our library branches.
Bring along some ID with proof of your residential address to any Hobsons Bay Libraries branch and we will get you started with your library membership. You can also join online.
Library membership has a range of benefits, catering to you at any life stage. Your membership provides access to:
Libraries offer an outstanding range of programs and events all year round, all at no charge.
What's on listing
Regular programs for children and young people
Baby Bounce, Wriggle and Read, and Storytime
Monthly Minecraft Meets
Rookies Chess Club
Regular programs for all ages
Let's Talk Books
English Conversation Class
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115 Civic Parade
Altona, Victoria, 3018
Phone: 1300 179 944
National Relay Service: 133 677
Language Line: 03 9932 1212
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Council acknowledges the peoples of the Kulin nation as the Traditional Owners of these municipal lands and water ways. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.