Library Location Details
Location Shire Offices                 Adam Street
Opening Hours Monday to Friday           8am - 4.30pm

 Your library is a public place. Library staff want you to feel welcome, to enjoy your visit and to use as many services as possible.

Joining the library

  • Details of second contact
  • Parent/Guardian consent for those under 18
  • Items lost or damaged while on loan must be paid for.

Borrowing from the library

  • Adults can borrow 8 items (2 DVD's per card)
  • Loan period is 3 weeks
  • Items may be renewed by telephone unless reserved by others.

Ebooks and Digital Books               



Zinio offers full digital copies of your favorite magazines! You see the exact same material you get in print‚ plus some issues include features like video, audio and live links. Zinio allows you to download the magazines to your computer, tablet or mobile device! Magazine issues are not checked out so 

they're always available any time.

You'll need a Library account and your Library card then simply follow the instructions on the site.



BorrowBox is a free app that enables you to borrow, download and listen to eAudiobooks from the Nannup Public Library Service using your Android and Apple (iPad, iPod and iPhone) devices.

Once on the site you will need to set up your BorrowBox account, to do this first you will need a Library account and account number. Select Nannup Public Library and enter your account number your generic password which you can change will be set up as 'Borrowbox'.



Over 5,000 eBooks are available to library members through the Western Australian Public Libraries Digital Media Collection (WAPLDMC).  Library members will need their Nannup Public Library account number to login and borrow books.

State Library Catalogue

For more information contact the Library on 9756 1018.

What is available at the library

Requests and Inter-Library Loans

If an item in our collection is on loan we can reserve it for you. If we don’t have the item or information you want, please ask, and we will try to get it for you from other public libraries in Western Australia. To view the catalogue of books available in Western Australia follow this link to the State Library of WA website: