Library Events

Book Launch - The Secret Code-Breakers of Central Bureau

Author David Dufty and the cover of his book

The Code-Breakers of Central Bureau is a new historical account revealing a secret and little-understood side of Australia’s involvement in World War Two.

David Dufty describes how Australians built a large and sophisticated intelligence network from scratch, and how Australian code-breakers cracked the codes of the Japanese army and air force. The secret intelligence they gathered played a vital role in the battles of Midway, Milne Bay, the Coral Sea, Hollandia, and Leyte.

Come to the library and hear the story that prompted Australian war historian Dr Michael McKernan to remark:

“Who knew? This enthralling study tells a deeply human story. The men and women who gave our troops a significant edge in the fight against the Japanese are the genuine heroes in this engaging and exciting book.”

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library

When: Friday, October 20th

Time: 5:30pm

Cost: FREE

Copies of David's book will be available for purchase and signing

Bookings essential. Reserve your seats here

Language Café

A friendly English language class

Come and practise your English language conversation skills in a friendly environment at our Language Café. Light refreshments are provided.

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library - Community Learning Space

Every Monday 11am – 12noon

Thursday 10am – 11am

Saturday 11am – 12noon

Come to one session, or as many as you like. Please note: no bookings required

For any enquiries, phone 6926 9700 or email

The Language Café is supported by the Friends of the Wagga Wagga City Library


storytime photo

Come along to your library and discover the wonderful world of literature, with stories, rhymes, songs and craft for preschoolers, and every now and then maybe even a guinea pig!

Sessions are held weekly for 0-5 year olds (excluding school holidays)

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library - Children's Area

When: Wednesdays and Fridays during school terms, 10am and 11am

No bookings required

giilanggalang (many stories)

Some pictures of the artwork

As part of NAIDOC week, giilanggalang is returning to Wagga City Library. If you weren't able to enjoy this exhibition last year, come and engage with these varied representations of contemporary Aboriginal arts practice in our region.

Featuring the work of more than twenty artists working on a miniature scale, this unique display can be viewed inside our main entrance until Friday 4th August.

School groups are invited to view the exhibition from Monday 17th July: please contact the library to book a session on 6926 9700 or email

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library

When: from Monday 3rd July

This exhibition is supported by the NSW Government through the Aboriginal Regional Arts Fund and is a partnership between Eastern Riverina Arts and Riverina Regional Library.


Every second Friday you can join one of our small, friendly, group training sessions, learn new skills to get connected, and take the first steps to becoming tech savvy.

Topics covered include basic introductions to Android tablets or iPads, general internet skills, and social media or online shopping for those looking for a more advanced class. See below for dates and particular topics.

Where: Wagga Wagga City Library, Community Learning Space

Due to high demand, all our 2017 sessions are full. We are now taking expressions of interest for 2018.

All classes run from 10:30am - 12:30pm 

Bookings: 6926 9700 or

Knittin' Group

knittin' club

The Knittin' Group is a group of committed community members who knit and crochet throughout the year for charity. They meet bimonthly on the 3rd Thursday. New members are welcome.

Upcoming Dates

Thursday 16 November 10am - 2pm

Thursday 18 January 2018 10am - 2pm

Thursday 15 March 2018 10am - 2pm

Thursday 17 May 2018 10am - 2pm

ANNUAL KNIT-IN Thursday 19 July 2018 10am - 2pm