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Wellington Shire’s library facilities provide and organise a diverse range of resources and services to meet the personal information, recreational and lifelong learning needs of all sections of our community.

Library tools include helpful website links for a variety of uses and the development of our Local History Collection which assists researching our local community. We also provide resources and materials to specialist or disadvantaged groups in our community such as the elderly, literacy students, print handicapped or those who are learning to read.

Our libraries are listed below including opening hours:

Heyfield Library
Maffra Library
Rosedale Library
Sale Library
Stratford Library
Yarram Library
Outreach Library

Alternatively, you may contact Wellington Shire Library headquarters on (03) 5142 3146 or email for further enquiries.


Search Catalogues

Library Catalogue: The catalogue enables you to search the entire library collection of the Wellington Shire Library and other Swift Consortium libraries online. This database provides our patrons with access to books and resources, and can instantly tell you where an item can be found, allow you to place a hold on it, and have the item sent to your local library branch for collection. It also includes a renewal option.  

You can borrow up to 30 items for 3 weeks. You can place up to 30 items on hold or renew items once before their due date in person or by phone during opening hours, or online using your account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You cannot renew items on loan and reserved by another member. You can hold items from other branches of our library services or other Swift Consortium libraries and they will be delivered to your branch at no cost.

Fees and Charges apply to overdue items, printing, covering and replacement of lost books.

New Releases February 2017


 Library Events and Publications

Please use the Events Calendar (Click on the Library tab) to view upcoming events, including author and illustrator signings, workshops and exhibitions or check out the quarterly Library Newsletter which highlights resources and services available.


The Summer Reading Club has begun!

This summer discover heroes, villains, sidekicks and more. Plus, there’s lots to do online:

  • Search for answers to Encyclopaedia Britannica’s sponsored quiz.
  • Craft a story ending to Mick Elliot’s What Happens Next story starter.
  • Blog with Leigh Hobbs and Deborah Abela.
  • Post book raves and artwork.
  • Log the books you read and lots more.
  • Visit your local public library to participate in more Summer Reading Club activities there.

What are you waiting for? It’s time to unleash your imagination. Jump onto the Summer Reading Club website to take part!

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