Spaces to visit

An extensive collection of books and resources in over 40 languages found on Level 1.
Use a PC, free wifi, or read a newspaper in our Discovery Lounge on the Ground Floor.
Develop your digital literacy skills and connect to a range of online services in our eConnect space.
Serving delicious coffee, happy service and bad puns. They are providing employment to break the cycles of homelessness. Open 9am to 2pm weekdays. 
The J.S. Battye Library of West Australian history is a primary source for any information relating to Western Australia, historical or current.
View the State Library’s rare book or archival collections on Level 3.
Studio 001 is a co-working space for creative thinkers and start-up enthusiasts from all fields to collaborate, experiment, design and engage with the community.
A special space for children aged 0-8 and their parents or carers.
State Records Office
Ensuring permanent accessibility to the essential evidence of the business of government in Western Australia.
A designated space for high school students, with past ATAR papers, study guides and other exam-related resources.
Last updated on 16 September 2021