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Blacktown City Libraries

Why join Blacktown City Libraries?

With branches in Blacktown, Stanhope, Mt Druitt and Riverstone, they have a huge collection that will satisfy your research, wide-reading and recreational reading needs. A discerning learner must strive to produce work that references high quality, authoritative and diverse sources. A membership to Blacktown Library is such an important starting point for your academic success.

Some interesting numbers about the collection at Max Webber Library (Blacktown):

  • 25,927 history titles
  • 3,769 graphic novels
  • 177 titles exploring ancient china
  • 2,839 PRC texts
  • 414 HSC study guides
  • 7,580 audio recordings
  • 5,765 crime fiction texts
  • 3,983 science fiction stories
  • 4,718 life Stories
  • 165 myths & legends texts
  • 1,455 poetry titles
  • 202 new magazine titles (for 2021 alone)

How easy is it to become a member?

Quite simply, it is ridiculously easy.

  1. Print the Blacktown City Libraries Membership Application (PDF 775KB) or collect a copy from the QHHS Library front desk
  2. Fill in your details – ensuring that your parents complete and sign their section
  3. Drop it in at the QHHS front office
  4. QHHS school staff will verify your contact information
  5. A Blacktown Library staff member will generously collect the applications from our school
  6. Blacktown City Libraries cards will be delivered to the school and distributed to students
  7. You can then access online and hard copy resources.

What about their facilities?

Other services and facilities at Blacktown City Libraries include:

  • Bilingual titles
  • Colour and B&W copying
  • Internet access
  • Wi-Fi
  • Study rooms
  • Research PCs
  • General use PCs
  • Disabled amenities and access
  • Function rooms
  • Function tables and chairs
  • Genealogy PCs
  • Justice of the Peace service

Want to learn more?

Learn more about the Max Webber (Blacktown) library via their virtual tour.

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