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Waikerie Public Library

Welcome to the Waikerie Public library, also known as the Rex Coats Memorial Library. Our library was opened in 1980 to service the information needs of Waikerie and surrounding areas. Opening Hours: Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10.30 am to 8.00 pm Wednesday: 10.30 am to 6.00 pm Thursday: 10.30 am to 8.00 pm Friday: 10.30 am to 6.00 pm Saturday: 9.30 am to 12 noon Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed

Wakefield Press

Wakefield Press is an independent publishing and distribution company based in Adelaide, South Australia. We publish around fifty books a year in the areas of fiction, biography, history, politics, current affairs, food, travel, art, design, photography, poetry and popular culture and have a further 500 or 600 titles in print. To see our full range of titles, please visit our website

Walkerville Library

We have a range of resources in various formats that are free for customers of all ages to borrow. These include:
  • Books (fiction, non-fiction, large print, paperbacks, children & teen)
  • Magazines (latest issue not for loan but can be requested)
  • Audio/Talking Books
  • CDs, DVDs & Blu-Rays* for all ages
  • Graphic novels

Waterhouse Club

The Waterhouse Club was established in 1987 to provide a new approach to the traditional role of a support group, in an era of reducing public sector funding. The club takes its name from the museum's first Curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. The club's goal is to build a large network of supporters for the South Australian Museum. These are people who are active in the community and are well connected in business, government and artistic communities, and able to influence outcomes important to the future of the SA Museum.

Waterside Workers Hall

Vitalstatistix is based at the heritage-listed Waterside Workers Hall, in Nile St Port Adelaide, a stone's throw from the Port River, with its population of wild urban dolphins, and the Port heritage icon Hart's Mill. The company's home since 1992, Waterside was originally built by the Waterside Workers Federation. Since the building's foundations were laid in 1926 it has been central to Port Adelaide's cultural life, with unionists, activists, Aboriginal people, artists and many others all holding a special connection to Waterside.

Wattle Range Library Services - Millicent

Wattle Range communities are well served by libraries situated at Millicent (Central Branch) Penola School Community Library, a Mobile Library service and branches at Nangwarry, Kalangadoo and Beachport. Wattle Range residents are entitled to full, free use of all the libraries with the Wattle Range Regional Library area. All centres offer free Internet access (other than the Mobile Service) and are connected by an automated library system, ensuring access to the collections across Wattle Range. A courier run enables materials and requested items to be sent between libraries on request.

West Torrens Library Service

Membership of the West Torrens Library Service is free and there is no age limit. Items available for loan
  • Books
  • Large print books
  • Magazines
  • Audio cassettes
  • Audio CDs
  • Language kits
  • Cassette books
  • Videos and DVDs
  • Jigsaws
  • Toys
  • Sporting equipment
  • Board games
  • Engraving kits
  • Home energy self audit kits
  • Items in a wide variety of languages other than English

Whyalla Library

Whyalla City Council provides library services from one central location, which is now located in Ekblom Street. In addition to lending fiction and non-fiction books the library also lends paper backs, cassettes, CD's, magazines, videos, DVD's, CD -ROMs, hear a books and LOTE books. Free Internet Access is available, either one hour bookings or 15 minute sessions are offered. Bookings are required. All terminals carry a full suite of word processing software and are print, disc and USB enabled.

Windmill Theatre Co

Empowered by a vision to be a leading centre for the creation of incredible theatrical works, Windmill is an ambitious and innovative company based in Adelaide, South Australia. We create and present unique and contemporary theatrical work for children, teens and families.


WOMADelaide is held in March - a four-day celebration of music from around the world. WOMADelaide runs six outdoor stages featuring performances and workshops by around 35 groups from more than 20 countries. Plus KidZone, visual arts and street theatre, a Global Village of arts, crafts, international cuisine, display stalls and three bars. You don't have to set foot outside the most beautiful outdoor festival site imaginable - Botanic Park. Come for a night, all day & night, or for four full days - it's up to you.