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Our libraries

We operate six libraries in the Far North. Each one is a destination in its own right - not just for their great collections but for the buildings that house them. We also have a popular mobile library, which travels around the Far North. We support several community libraries with regular book exchanges too.

Check out each library's details in the sections below. Or you can go straight to our online catalogue here.

  • Kāeo Library

    Kāeo Library and Service Centre is located in the historic Post Office building in the heart of Kāeo.
  • Kaikohe Library

    Kaikohe Library is located in the aptly named Library Square, in the centre of town.
  • Kaitāia Library

    Kaitāia Library is in the stunning Te Ahu building alongside our isite visitor centre and Te Ahu Museum, as well as a cafe and cinema.
  • Kawakawa Library

    Kawakawa Library and Service Centre is in Te Hononga Hundertwasser Memorial Park, in central Kawakawa.
  • Mobile Library

    Our library-on-wheels visits communities across the district inviting visitors to borrow books, magazines, and other library resources.
  • Paihia Library

    The Paihia Library is located in the beautiful Bay of Islands, and serves a population of about 4000 permanent residents.
  • Procter Library

    Procter Library is named for the Procter family’s generous donation that enabled the library to be built in Kerikeri.
  • Community libraries

    Details of community libraries in Broadwood, Kohukohu, Mangōnui, Rāwene and Russell can be found here.

Last updated: 18 Jul 2024 1:31pm