The Gilgandra MPS drive through COVID testing clinic opening hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am to 10am.The clinic is at the rear of the hospital and the MPS requests you phone ahead if possible 02 6880 5900.NSW Health are focusing on contacting people at highest risk of catching COVID-19. e.g. household contacts or someone who has spent a lot of time with someone who has COVID-19.
We offer something for everyone! Free computer and wifi access! You can borrow off the shelf or online from our wide collection of books, audiobooks, magazines and more!
Gilgandra Shire Library is a branch of North Western Library, and you can search the North Western Library Catalogue here.
Items are to be returned through the returns chute at the front of the building.
On-the-shelf Collections include:
eBooks and eAudiobooks are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week….and they’re FREE for all library members! For more information, visit Council’s My Online Library page.
Our library has Books on Prescription.
This is a special collection that can be borrowed, to help the community use reading to understand and manage mental health and well-being. The scheme is endorsed by health professionals, who have recommended all of the books in the collection. The books have also been tried and tested by people with experience of living with the conditions. Library staff are available to help find the books that are in the collection, and they can be borrowed for free, as with all library items.
Find Legal Answers provides free access to legal information online and in NSW Public Libraries, and is provided by the State Library Legal Information Access Centre. Through this initiative, our library has the Legal Tool Kit, a regularly updated collection of plain language books about the law, and Hot Topics, plain language information for students and others who want to understand a recent legal issue or change in the law.
Find up-to-date information about alcohol and drugs in our library and online. Drug Info is a joint initiative of NSW Health and the State Library of New South Wales. Through this initiative our library provides drug information you can trust.
Those who are unable to personally visit the Library either by reason of age, illness or disability are eligible to be included in this service. For information, please phone the Library on 02 6817 8877.
Public Computers available for free use.
Printing and scanning services - please be aware there are charges.