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April School Holiday hours


Weekdays from the 16th of April

9.00am to 5.30pm


9.00 to 1.00pm

Wednesday 25th April

Closed for ANZAC Day

Monday 30th of April

Back to normal hours 8.00am to 5.30pm

What’s On – April 2018!

Think you know libraries? Think again.

It’s that time again!

School holidays are here and our APRIL calendar has all you need to keep the kids busy.

Laser tag is back! Get excited because we are moving out of the library this month and converting Watson Reserve on Pratt Road, Eaton into a battlefield for an afternoon of laser tag fun.

Our calendar is packed full of fun and exciting things to do with bubble soccer, circus skills, art, craft and gardening just to name a few.

We also have the Better Beginnings Book Cubby visiting from the State Library all this month!

The Book Cubby is an interactive exhibition of books written and/or illustrated by children and communities within Australia and around the world.

And did we mention our Have a Go series is continuing with Taekwondo: Self Defence?

Join Master Justin as he teaches you how to make yourself less of a target and basic self-defence skills influenced by the Korean martial art Taekwondo.

This workshop is a great opportunity to try something new while having some fun.

Don’t forget… all our April Calendar of Activities and workshops are FREE but places are limited so BOOK NOW!

Click here to download the April calendar now.

What’s New

Shire of Dardanup Library Services are now part of the CODE CLUB!!!


Shire of Dardanup Library Services now have 2 Teachers trained up and we are ready to start our Coding Club in May 2018.

Numbers will be limited to start so we want to get the word out so you are prepared and on the look out for when the program is released.

Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led coding clubs with a mission to #getkidscoding!
We are aiming to give every child the skill, confidence and opportunity to shape their world.

Code Club is free to join and is supported by Volunteers, Parents and Library staff

We strongly encourage parents to come along and be a part of what their child is working on and achieving.

Code Club is Always Free For Everyone!

Code Club aims to give every kid the chance to learn code and programming – all for free!

Computational and Problem Solving Skills

Calling all kids to learn how to collaborate, create, communicate and problem solve! Code Club is project based learning, and it is also aligned to the National Digital Technologies Curriculum. We CELEBRATE errors!!!

Coding Community and Teamwork

Being part of a Code Club means meeting like-minded people, making new friends and coding awesome things together! We really try to encourage at all times, a buddy system. One drives and One navigates, then they switch.

Feature Program

Better Beginnings: Book Cubby

This month the Book Cubby is coming to the Eaton Community Library and Dardanup Library.

The Book Cubby is an interactive exhibition of books written and/or illustrated by children.

Stocked with books created by children and communities within Australia and around the world, the Book Cubby travels throughout metro and regional WA.

So come visit the Book Cubby this April!

Eaton: 3rd – 20th April

Dardanup: 23rd – 27th April

Better Beginnings: Books-to-Go

Using one piece of paper and a few simple folds you can create an 8 page book without having to stick or staple.

Every child can be an author and can write and illustrate their own story.

The books are published on the spot using a colour photocopier and the author gets to keep the original book.

When: Tuesday 3rd and 10th April

Presenter: Eaton Community Library Staff

Kidsport Applications

KIDSPORT Applications can now be done online at the Eaton Community Library. 


KIDSPORT enables eligible Western Australian children aged 5 to 18 years to participate in community sport and recreation by offering them financial assistance of up to $150.00 per calendar year towards club fees.

To be eligible you will need:

  • Valid Heath Care Card
  • An address within the Shire of Dardanup

Bring your Health Care Card down to the Eaton Community Library and fill in the online form. The friendly Library staff are here to help should you need assistance.