Clarence Valley Libraries offer a fortnightly selection and delivery service to housebound residents of Grafton, South Grafton, Yamba, Maclean and Iluka. Residents in outlying areas can apply to access the service via the Mobile Library.

Items available for loan:home library services

  • standard print books
  • large print books
  • audio books (CD and MP3)
  • Audio Read Navigators (for people with a print disability)
  • magazines
  • DVDs
  • jigsaws

Click to download Membership Application Form – Clarence Valley Libraries (pdf)

Where

Fortnightly deliveries are available to housebound residents of Grafton, South Grafton, Yamba, Maclean, Iluka and outlying areas serviced by the Mobile Library. The service is being expanded to include Iluka.

Who is eligible to receive the service?

To be eligible for the service residents must be housebound due to illness or disability, whether temporary or permanent; unable to visit a library due to frailty; a full-time carer; or a child in the care of any of the above groups. There are no age restrictions for home library members.

How much will it cost?

The service is FREE to eligible residents of the Clarence Valley.

Who can refer?

A GP, nurse or social worker can complete the referral form.

Contact details

Home Library Officer
Grafton Library
126-144 Pound St (Locked Bag 23)
Grafton NSW 2460
P: (02) 6641 0100
F: (02) 6641 0131
E: homelibraryservice@clarence.nsw.gov.au