Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub

Welcome to your one-stop shop for all news relating to the Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub.

Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub is now open! Thank you to everyone who came down to our Open Day on Wednesday. 

  • Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub Open Day

Is Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub now open?

Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub is now open! 

What are the opening hours at Bentleigh?

Bentleigh Library will be open later in the evenings:

Monday to Thursday: 10am–9pm

Friday: 10am–6pm

Saturday: 10am–4pm

Sunday: 12pm–5pm

Head to our Locations and Hours page for more information.

Can I book the Studio 161 media room?

Council’s Youth Services team is currently piloting the use of Studio 161 as part of their Living and Life Skills program.

At the conclusion of this pilot (mid-2023) we will look at opening up the studio for general community bookings.

If you would like to register your interest in the future use of Studio 161, head to our About Us page and submit your details.

Will there be an e-Waste station at Bentleigh Library?

As per all Glen Eira libraries, there will be an e-waste station at the Bentleigh Library and Youth hub for disposal of unwanted e-waste.

This is coming soon.

In the meantime, you can still recycle your e-Waste at Caulfield and Carnegie.

The e-Waste station at Elsternwick will be unavailable for approximately four weeks from 5pm on Sunday 30 October as the building undergoes essential maintenance.

Where is Youth Services located now?

Youth Services are now located at Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub. 

Get in touch with the team for more information about their programs and services.

Is McKinnon Library now closed?

McKinnon Library Pop-Up is now closed as all services have now relocated to Bentleigh Library and Youth Hub.

Services and returns chutes are available at Caulfield, Bentleigh and Carnegie Libraries. 


Will there still be a library at the McKinnon site?

No, all library services have ceased operation at McKinnon.

Council is working with the State Government on the future of the site.