The library has a range of services and resources to assist everyone in our community - no matter what stage of life you are at.
Printing and photocopying
All branches of Ku-ring-gai Library have photocopiers which offer black and white and colour copying. These photocopiers act as printers too, enabling black and white and colour printing from all Ezone computers in the Library.
You need your Library card to access the internet computers, photocopiers and pay for copying and printing. Money can be added to your card by using the Monitor Kiosk that is located near to the photocopier / printer.
We also provide a remote printing service. Upload your print job to the Web print web site. You can also add credit from home. Visit the My Monitor portal and update your account details from this site.
Black and white costs
A4 - 20¢
A3 - 40¢
A4 - $1.00
A3 - $2.00
No refunds will be given for money already credited on your Library card.
The library offers an on demand 3D printing service. Designs need to be saved in .obj or .stl formats. Printed products are made from PLA plastic filament. Charges are $2.50 plus $0.20 per gram of filament used.
For more information on this service and to place your print request (pdf. 32KB).
Booking an ezone computer
The Ku-ring-gai ezone computer service provides access to the Internet, printing and research facilities provided from your library. You can book an ezone computer by visiting the computer reservation web site.
Our libraries offer fantastic facilities and services to encourage your kids to learn, explore and grow! We offer a wide range of engaging, educational and enjoyable activities for children of all ages and reading levels, starting with tiny tots right through to young teens.
Children’s reading sections
Little Bang Discovery Club
School holiday activities
Elderly or disabled residents
We like to ensure that all our residents can access our wide range of library facilities. We have a Housebound Librarian and friendly Libraribus driver who can help you access our facilities either by delivering items to your home or offering transport to our libraries.
Justice of the Peace
Visit a JP at your local library