Duncraig Library


Duncraig Library is a vibrant and welcoming community space enjoyed by people of all ages. The library opened in 1974 and as one of the top ten busiest Libraries in the state, it remains a favourite place for people to experience, learn and socialise.

In April 2019 a community artwork collaboration between students at Duncraig Primary School and WA artist Andrew Frazer was unveiled on the front wall. It celebrates the surrounding native flora and complements the flourishing community garden located in the library courtyard and surrounds. The garden is managed by Duncraig Edible Garden, a community driven project that promotes values of community, sustainability and sharing economies.

Come and experience the wonderful space and enjoy the broad range of programs, activities and events on offer; or just sit, relax and have some quiet time and a good read.

Facilities and services


  • Wheelchair access
  • Bike racks
  • Disabled/pram/seniors parking
  • Accessible public toilets
  • Hearing loop
  • After hours return chute
  • Books on Wheels Service
  • Evacuation Plan




Your Libraries act as venues to view some of the City’s current Public Art Collection such as paintings, photography, mosaics, murals and sculptures. Take a tour of the art collection on display in the Joondalup Library and Local History/Reference area or search the City’s register.