Answered By: Matt Nash Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 Views: 173
Standard loan books can be returned to a library other than the one they were borrowed from, but the libraries must be within a reasonable distance of each other for you to do so without incurring a fine. For example, books from Fremantle should not be returned to Sydney or Broome and vice versa. If any postage costs are required to return the book to the library it was borrowed from, you may be asked to pay a return fee or to collect it and return it to the original library yourself.
Reserve items should be returned to the Library desk they were loaned from.