Level 5 restrictions will come in to place in South Australia from 6pm Tuesday 20 July 2021. Our offices are closed. Bins will be collected as normal.
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Neporendi Aboriginal Forum Inc. and Onkaparinga Libraries proudly presents SOUTHERN DEADLY YARNS: SEASON 2!
Onkaparinga Libraries provide one on one Digital Help appointments
Find out how to join, what you can borrow and how long you can keep them for.
Place holds, renew items, and browse the library collection.
Check out eBooks, film streaming, storytimes, and more!
There are six libraries across our region. Find their locations, contact details and opening hours.
Our libraries offer a range of events and programs for all ages.
This section details the range of services that our libraries provide access to..
Top reads, coming soon, book clubs and reading programs. Also includes links to eBooks and eMagazines.
Are you looking for something that we don't have? Use this form to request a new item for our libraries.
The Local History collection is a compilation of resources reflecting the history of the City of Onkaparinga. The major focus is on printed, published and paper-based material.
Borrow a range of sport and recreational equipment.
Baby Sensory is a research-based program specifically designed to promote learning and development during baby's first year.
Aldinga Library, 11 Central Way, Aldinga Beach 5173
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Join us in person as we sing, dance, and read stories.
Seaford Library, Grand Boulevard, Seaford 5169
Inky Fingers Comic Gang is a monthly comic group led by local Adelaide comic artist George Rex, for young humans who love drawing.
Noarlunga Library, Hannah Road, Noarlunga Centre 5168
4 more dates
Tagged as: , Kids & family, Library events, Music & arts, Youth events
Aldinga Library - children's library
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P +61 8 8384 0666
Postal: PO Box 1,
Noarlunga Centre SA 5168
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The City of Onkaparinga acknowledges the Kaurna Nation and its people as the traditional owners and custodians of the land in the area now known as the City of Onkaparinga, and pays respect to Elders past and present.