|Admin fee||Loan period|
|Adult books*||50c||21 days|
|Adult magazines*||50c||7 days|
|Children and Teen's books^||No charge||21 days|
|Audio books (non print-disabled patrons)||$2.00||21 days|
|Jigsaw puzzles||$1.00||21 days|
|Children’s jigsaw puzzles||50c||21 days|
|eAudio books||$2.00||21 days|
|Internet||$2.00 per 30 mins|
|Replacement library card||$2.00|
|Renewals (cost depends on item)|
You can borrow up to 30 items at a time, or 50 items for non-resident subscription memberships.
* 40% discount for Community Service Card holders.
^Children and students to Year 13 can borrow two free books from the adult section for study or personal use.
*For renewals, normal administration fees will apply.
Please check out our library brochure for further details.
Charges apply for some overdue items so please get in touch if you wish to renew your items. You can also log in online to renew your items.
Items may be returned through the ‘After Hours’ slot at the front of each library outside opening hours.
Cambridge Library - the slot can be found on the corner of the building by the bike stand before you walk down the path.
In Te Awamutu the slots are to the right of the main doors.
Posted on 27 February 2020
Following a highly successful Heritage month, March focuses on authors and publishing.
Ocean Reeve Publishing is touring New Zealand in March and is coming to Waipā prior to releasing Lisa Tamati's new book 'Relentless'. Our libraries will be hosting the free 2 hour seminars in both locations.
Local authors Julie Thomas and Trudi Caffell will also be sharing their knowledge at two presentation style workshops in Cambridge.
For our younger audiences, Te Awamutu Library will host a special Te Reo Singalong Show with author Sharon Holt in what will be another highlight for the month and is sure to delight children in attendance.