Frankston City Libraries
Learn, Connect, Dream and Grow
Frankston City Libraries offers FREE membership with access to a wide range of popular and bestselling books, newspapers, magazines, movies, music, and lots more.
We host a wide range of events including storytime, school holiday activities, live music, book clubs, author talks, family history, homework help, and more.
Professional assistance is available at our branches for help with reading recommendations, research guidance, early years literacy support, and access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, eMusic, and other online resources.
We provide access to printing, photocopying, public access computers and free Wi-Fi.
Frankston City Libraries has 3 branches: Frankston Library; Carrum Downs Library; and Seaford Library. We also have other locations across the city including: Frankston Station; Langwarrin Customer Service Centre; Karingal PLACE; and Frankston North Community Centre.
We have meeting spaces, study rooms, XBox and Wii, a cafe, and so much more. Visit us now and see all we have to offer!
Carrum Downs Library
203 Lyrebird Drive
Carrum Downs VIC 3201
P. 03 8773 9539
F. 03 9782 0187
60 Playne Street
Frankston VIC 3199
P. 03 9784 1020
F. 03 9784 1750
Seaford Community Centre
1/6 Broughton Street
Near the corner of Station and Broughton Streets
P. 03 9784 1048
The People’s Piano
December 2018 - Please note the People's Piano is currently off site for tuning and will return shortly.
Budding and accomplished pianists are invited to tinkle the ivories at The People’s Piano, located on the forecourt of Frankston Library.
The People’s Piano is the latest addition to the library forecourt area which also features a huge Alice in Wonderland themed mural and a coffee shop with outdoor seating.
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