Kingston Library accepts returns 24/7
Find the information you want
Research and information resources locally and online
Discover family history resources and support
Get help with research and finding information
Local Family History Group Fridays 1:30pm – 4:30pm, join our group or request a session with our volunteer to get you started
Computers and the internet
Free public access to our computers and Wi-Fi. Printing, scanning and photocopying available.
Need help with technology? Ask about our scheduled programs or talk to us to organise support from one of our trained volunteers.
Space to study, research or read
People of all ages and interests have access to flexible spaces to feel welcome as an individual or for a group activity.
Activities for young people
Charge your mobile device, free Wi-Fi, access to computers, study spaces, homework resources. Help to pass your L1 Road Rules test. Playstation games and Xbox games. Dedicated youth collection including books and magazines, manga and graphic novels
Help with reading, writing and maths
Learning support for those returning to study, improve your skills.
One to one tutoring available with trained volunteers, free and confidential. English conversation groups for beginners and intermediate levels. First Gear support to help you pass your Road Rules test
Phone (03) 6165 6210 or ask to talk to our Literacy Coordinator
Friends of the Library
For more information on Friends of the Library Kingston (FOLK) please contact us.
Become part of the link between Kingston Library and our community – assist in promotions, attending social events and help projects and functions.
Membership fees apply for Friends of the Library Kingston.
Volunteer with us
Help others to use computers and other technologies
- Reading, writing and maths skills support for others
- Library courier
- Help in our digital, robotics or coding classes
- Friends of the Library
Contact us about how you can be involved