Coffs Harbour Library’s journey to join the information super-highway began in 1996 with coin-operated internet access!
Coffs Harbour City Library marked 10 years of regular weekly storytime in 2008.
The Library Act 1939 was landmark legislation which resulted in the development of free public libraries throughout NSW
Coffs Harbour librarians explain how student teachers can benefit from public libraries.
Once the bookmobile service was withdrawn, it was time to start thinking about a new library in Woolgoolga….a very small one!
Trish White is one of our long standing library members whose love of books and libraries is well known.
Coffs Harbour Library becomes involved in the annual campaign to promote the value of reading and literacy for young children throughout Australia.
Coffs Harbour Library was searching for a new location following the expiration of its lease in Castle Street – was the National Mutual Building a good option?
The introduction of the bookmobile service in 1979 saw a number of outer lying areas in the Coffs region having a library service for the very first time!
The Picture Coffs Harbour project started back in 2008 a few years after Coffs Harbour Museum was handed over to the Council following the disbanding of the Historical Society.
Mayor John Smith opened a new legal information service at Coffs Harbour City Library on 16 August 1993.