The State Library of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional owners of Country throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to land and culture.
We pay our respects to Elders past and present. The Library is honoured to be located on Whadjuk Country, the ancestral lands of the Noongar people.
WA Premier's Book Awards Shortlist
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For the Library Board Award for Innovation and Collaboration
Join us on 18 – 19 June for a thought-provoking weekend of ideas exploring the themes of honesty and truth, which come at a cost. Honesty takes great strength, and truth can be challenging and liberating.
Sign up online for your Library from home -free access to eBooks, collections items and electronic resources.
Access books, articles, audiobooks, magazines and newspapers online.
Engage with WA Indigenous people through historical documents, movies, oral histories and photographs.
Battye Historian, Dr. Kate Gregory and Senior Archivist at the State Records Office of WA, Damien Hassan reveal fascinating stories from WA’s past with Christine Layton on the WA Afternoons program.
Looking for a seminar or meeting venue in the CBD at a reasonable price?