Keep an eye on this page for updates on our events and activities for teens and young adults. You’ll find information and booking links to creative workshops, author talks, gaming events, book clubs and more.

A teen has headphones leading to a copy of Tomorrow when the war began

Virtual Teen Read Along

Need to read and can’t find your book or not sure what to read? Relax and read along with me! Join YA Librarian Sharyn and Read Along to Tomorrow When the War Began by John Marsden. Watch, listen and read from your home or school! Recommended for readers 13+

Catch FREE episodes on the Wyndham City Libraries YouTube Channel from 9th November.

About the book: Seven Australian teenagers return from a camping trip in the bush to discover that their country has been invaded and they must hide to stay alive. Suddenly they are in the toughest situations humans can confront, facing life and death decisions. They are thrown into a world where they find courage, initiative, spirit and wisdom, or they die...

We thank Australian authors and publishers for allowing us to record and publish these read along videos.


Online Resume Help



Online Resume Help

Book into a one-on-one online session with one of our Education and Youth Services Librarians to get some help crafting your resume and answering interview questions. Ages 15-25.

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Friday Night Fiction


Friday Night Fiction

Are you a young person aged 12-19? Do you like talking all things books?

Join us for Friday Night Fiction, a book club just for teens! Meet new friends, share what you're reading, and play book-themed games.

Join Now



Gamers Den Online

Gamers’ Den Online

Flex your gaming muscles, pick up new skills and have fun as part of a group at Gamers Den Online!

Each session is a closed, private session and will be moderated by a member of the Youth Services or Wyndham Libraries team. Spaces are limited with registrations for new attendees required. Registration includes a screening check. Ages 12-17

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