For young people

  • Computers and WiFi

    Yarra Libraries offers computer facilities including internet access, printing and word processing. If you've got your own laptop or device, you can use the free wifi in any Yarra Libraries branch. Under 18s require the permission of their parent or guardian at the time of joining to access our internet services.

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  • Download eBooks, eMagazines and Music

    Want something to watch or listen to? Along with the books, CDs and DVDs available at our branches, Yarra Libraries members have free access to ebooks, audiobooks, streaming movies, video tutorials and digital magazines.

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  • Homework Help

    Young Assets Foundation run a free Homework Club for secondary and young university students at Fitzroy Library from Monday to Friday after school. Specialist tutors are available to assist students with a range of subjects and help students develop useful study skills.

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  • Online Study Help

    If you're stuck on an assignment question or need assistance with your CV and cover letter, get access to free online study help 24/7.

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  • Yarra Youth Services

    Yarra Youth Services offers a variety of activities and services for young people aged 12-25 years who live, work or study in the City of Yarra. 

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Work Experience

Yarra Libraries has a commitment to support students who are interested in learning more about the library industry. Work experience or placement opportunities are open to secondary and tertiary students currently engaged in studies in Australian educational institutions, as well as to those who are not currently studying but are seeking to gain practical work experience.

Opportunities are subject to availability within the organisation and preference will be given to students who live or study within Yarra, however, if capacity permits we will accept interested students from further afield. For tertiary students, undertaking a work placement must be a requirement in order for you to successfully complete your studies.

To submit an expression of interest, click on the link for Work Experience & Placements found under our list of current opportunities.



eSafety is a Federal Government initiative to provide young people using the internet with help and advice on how to handle a situation that disturbs them, such as cyberbullying, unwanted contact, or offensive content.

The cyber-safety help page will allow you to talk to a counsellor, report cyber-bullying or inappropriate online material and learn how to stay safe online.



Useful links for young adults