Library Services for Seniors

Library Services for Seniors
A senior woman reading a book
We have an active and engaged senior community and we offer services to help you make the most of our libraries. We have an active and engaged senior community and we offer services to help you make the most of our libraries. Senior Citizens; Library Services
a senior woman reading a book

​We have an active and engaged senior community and we offer services to help you make the most of our libraries.

You can join our libraries in person at one of our nine branches, or you can join our libraries online and then you can immediately access our eLibrary, which is open 24-7 with eBooks, audiobooks, movies, magazines and more.

Bus to Library

If you find it difficult to get to the library, our free Bus to Library service can help; find out more information on our Bus to Library page, or call 9707 9733.

Home Library Service 

If you are housebound due to mobility difficulties or illness, our Home Library Service can bring books to your door. You can find more information on our Home Library Service page,  or call the Library on 9707 9733.

Senior Activities

We have a wide range of in-library activities for seniors (and others!), including technology classes in a range of languages, knitting groups,  book clubs and more. Browse through our Programs and Events page to see what we offer.

Linkout Magazine

Check out the latest edition of Linkout, our newsletter for seniors. It's packed with information and activities! Read Linkout Autumn 2024 (PDF).

Missed the last issue? Read Linkout Summer 2023/2024 (PDF).

Seniors Festival 

Each year the NSW Seniors Festival is celebrated with a range of activities across the library service. Find out more information through our Active Seniors in the City page and What's on at NSW Seniors Fesitval.



Useful Links for Seniors

Tech Savvy Seniors

Be Connected

COTA – Council on the Ageing NSW

Seniors Rights Service

Beyond Blue

Wrap With Love

Australian Men’s Shed Association

Head to Health

Health Direct

My Aged Care

Live Up - Welcome to the upside of ageing


The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.