Lithgow Library Learning Centre is a thriving library service which offers an excellent information service and access to a variety of resources, including books, DVDs, periodicals and computer and internet access.

Vision Statement

“Lithgow Library Learning Centre - a place to inspire lifelong learning, enrich and build community”.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Lithgow Library Learning Centre is to:

  • be a place that celebrates knowledge and learning
  • be open, inviting and relevant
  • support lifelong learning for all members of our community
  • support the historical understanding of our community
  • provide a comfortable, safe and welcoming environment


Library News

Conflict and Compassion
In this ANZAC centenary year, Lithgow City Council will present the National Trust Heritage Festival of 2015.  The program of events features an exhibition of WWI postcards, photographic images and o... Read more
Lithgow Celebrates 2015 Seniors Week
Be Inspired is the theme of the 2015 Lithgow Seniors Week program which encourages seniors to celebrate in a festival of art, music, entertainment, technology, recreation, health and sport. The Be ... Read more
It’s Story Time at Lithgow Library!
Story Time is a fantastic program for children offered twice a week at Lithgow Library which aims to promote early literacy, motor skill development and a love of reading. Every Wednesday and Thurs... Read more

Book Reviews

JFK: The smoking gun by Colin McLaren
Reviewed by Sharon Lewis This book is available to borrow from the Lithgow Library Learning Centre Like a large percentage of the world I am very interested in the conspiracy theories related to... Read more
The Guest Cat By Takashi Hiraide
Book review (submitted by Bruce Royall) The guest cat By Takashi Hiraide ; translated from the Japanese by Eric Selland. Summary A couple in their thirties live in a small rented cottage in a... Read more
The Diggers Rest Hotel (Charlie Berlin #1) by Geoffrey McGeachin
Book review (submitted by Peter Tracey) The Diggers Rest Hotel (Charlie Berlin #1) by Geoffrey McGeachin In 1947, two years after witnessing the death of a young Jewish woman in Poland, Charlie ... Read more