Membership is free.
Membership entitles you to borrow at each of the Port Adelaide Enfield libraries.
Intending members must show identification showing their name, current address and signature. Children (under 18) require a parent or legal guardian to sign a registration form and show current identification that contains their guardian's name, current address and signature.
The Home Library Service is provided free of charge to Port Adelaide Enfield residents who are unable to visit our library sites, due to difficulties associated with medical illness, age, frailty or disability. The Home Library Service van provides a monthly delivery to offer these residents all the benefits of library membership at their doorstep.
All library items are accessible through the Home Library Service. As well as books, DVDs, CDs, magazines, jigsaw puzzles and so on, we have an increasing catalogue of audiobooks available.
Contact any of our branches to register your interest and our Home Library Officer will contact you to discuss eligibility and your specific requirements.
Justices of the Peace (JP) are available at the four Library locations at the following times:
Please call your preferred location to confirm that a JP will be available. Refer to the Library Hours & Locations webpage for address and telephone details.
Free access to public use computers and to the Internet is available at each of our four libraries.
To use the library computers you need a valid membership of a South Australian ‘one card’ library. You will need your library card and four digit PIN. You can make a booking in the library, book online or by phone. Bookings are made for a maximum of 60 minutes with a daily limit of two hours access.
Customers can use their own WiFi enabled devices in the library, including tablets, smart phones and laptops. A valid library membership number and PIN are required to gain free WiFi access in any public library in South Australia. There is a daily download limit of 200MB.