During COVID, you may like to make use of the digital services. We are also offering home delivery in the Jerilderie township and contactless pick-up.
Murrumbidgee Council is a member of the Western Riverina Library Service. This gives borrowers access to resources from all of the libraries throughout the Western Riverina region. Digital facilities where you can listen, read, watch and learn at home or on the go include:
- Books - BorrowBox and IndyReads for free immediate access to eBooks and eAudiobooks
- Kids - Storybox Library features award winning authors and actors read all your favourite books and stories
- Magazines - 100s of eMagazines available through 'Libby'
- Study - Encyclopaedia Britannica and Research Databases always open
- Catalogue - You can search the catalogue of available resources here
Our digital library is available on your PC, Mac, tablet and smartphone. WRL’s Digital Library apps and digital resources are free for library members.
Use your Library membership number and date-of-birth PIN/password.
It's available 24 hours a day 7 days a week!
New Library Rules from Monday 11 October when the 70% roadmap comes in. Here's how it pans out:
- Only fully vaccinated people 16 and over can visit the library (please show the Library staff your evidence of vaccination).
- Those under 16 who aren't vaccinated can use the library if they are accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult (please show evidence of vaccination).
- If you're not vaccinated and want to borrow, we will happily leave your borrowed goodies at the Library's main door.
- Home delivery is still available.
- There are loads of digital resources available on the Western Riverina Libraries site: https://www.wrl.nsw.gov.au/elibrary/
- Be kind to our staff and to any frontline staff when they ask for evidence of vaccination. It's not their choice, its the law!
It's a fantastic facility for all members of the community! Previously located at the Old Court House, the current library was opened on 15 April 2009. This striking building has a combination of historic and modern influences and is a replica to the original “Banksi” which once stood at the site. Some of the material was recycled from the original building, including a front window, doors, a mantel piece and ceiling rose which is a feature in the “Banksi” room, named after the original building.
Another impressive part of the building is the glass panels in the entrance. These were created by local artist Helene Mortlock and showcase Jerilderie's rich history with drawings and photos. The panels can be viewed during normal library opening hours.
The library also has a separate meeting room available for hire, the Monash Media Room. Bookings for the Monash Media Room can be made through the Council Office, by telephoning 03 5886 1200. Monash Media Room Floor Plan
We have free WiFi which can be accessed from both inside and outside of the library building.
Please remember to:
- Bring your library card – essential for borrowing from the self loan station.
- Return your items through the outside return chute.
- Stay home if you’re unwell and get tested if you have any COVID-19 symptoms.
- Monday 10.00am - 5.00 pm
- Tuesday CLOSED
- Wednesday 10.00 am - 6.00 pm
- Thursday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm
- Friday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm
We are closed daily for lunch from 12 - 12.30 pm
T: 03 5886 1868
The Jerilderie Library is located at 41-43 Jerilderie Street.
What's on at Jerilderie Library
- Storytime for Babies and Toddlers - 11.00 am Wednesday and Friday. Limited places available. Bookings are essential.
- Family History Group - Mondays 11.00 am
- Knitting Group - Thursday mornings 10:30 am – 11:30 am
- Movies at the Library - 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1.00 pm. During School Holidays - 10.30 am
Check out the Jerilderie Library Facebook page for more details.
- Audio Books
- Computer for Public Use
- Inter-Library Loans
- Large Print Books
- New Releases
- Music CDs
- Children's Books - large range
- Reference materials
- Community Information
- Facsimile Service - sending and receiving
- Pamphlet files
- Laminating Service
- Scanning Service
- Free Internet Access
- Young Adult Resources
- Xbox with various games
Onboard, visitors can browse and borrow books and DVDs, access free Wi-Fi, and speak with experienced Library staff about all things reading and research. The Mobile Library visits Coleambally and Darlington Point weekly:
- Coleambally each Wednesday out the front of Coleambally Community Hall on Kingfisher Avenue from 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm.