Face masks are still required indoors at service centres, i-SITEs, libraries and the Museum @ Te Ahu from Thursday 14 April. My Vaccine Passes are no longer required to access any council service. We appreciate your patience with this evolving situation.See the link below for information about our reduced hours.
We have six Council-run libraries in the Far North, each a destination in its own right, whether for the building or for the collections they house - or both! We also have a mobile library.
Opening hours and contact details of the community libraries.
Kaeo Library and Service Centre is located in the historic Post Office building in the heart of Kaeo.
The Kaikohe Library is located in the aptly named Library Square, right in the heart of the town.
The Kaitāia Library is located in a stunning venue at Te Ahu, where it shares its enviable location with the museum, iSITE, cinema and a cafe.
Kawakawa Library and Service Centre are now in the brand new Te Hononga centre!
Our Mobile Library provides rural communities access to everything our libraries have to offer.
The Paihia Library is located in the beautiful Bay of Islands, and serves a population of about 4000 permanent residents.
Procter Library is named for the Procter family’s generous donation that built the library for the town of Kerikeri and its surrounds.
Last updated 24 May 2022