Welcome to the Claremont Community Hub and Library (CCH). The CCH is a multi-purpose facility, housing both our library and the Hub Meeting Room. The Hub Meeting Room is available for bookings for small groups and events. As well as traditional library services, we offer a broad range of online services including eBooks, eLearning resources and mobile printing.
Claremont Community Hub and Library Services
Click on the links below to:
327 Stirling Highway, Claremont
Phone: 9285 4353
Events and activities
This community-focussed facility offers a range of regular weekly activities as detailed below.
Weekly Calendar 2019
We also run two monthly book clubs: Thursdays 5.30 - 6.30pm, and Fridays 2 - 3pm. These run on the last Thursday/Friday of each month.
Contact us on the details above for more information.
Claremont residents have automatic access to any Western Suburbs Library, which includes; Claremont, Subiaco, Nedlands, Mt Claremont and The Grove. Library Membership is free and open to all members of the community who are residents of WA. Your Claremont library card gives you access to services and facilities at all five libraries.
To join the library you will need to:
- Complete the application form at the library or join online to become an eMember.
- Provide photographic ID and a document showing your current address.
Children under the age of 16 will require a parent or guardian to attend the library with them to complete the membership. You will need to present your membership card in order to borrow items or to use the Library's online resources.
Click here to join online now.
Library loan entitlements
Claremont Library members may borrow a maximum of 20 items for up to 3 weeks. Items may be renewed beyond 3 weeks. If an item has not been requested by another member it may be renewed. Click here to login and renew your items. Alternatively you can renew via email firstname.lastname@example.org in person, or over the phone on 9285 4353.
The Claremont Community Hub and Library has something for every little person. Resources include board books for babies, reading books for beginners, graphic novels, audio books, DVDs, music CDs and young adult fiction.