Fitzroy Library

One of Australia’s oldest public libraries, Fitzroy Library is nestled beneath Fitzroy Town Hall, accessible via Moor Street.

Established in 1877, Fitzroy Library has a dedicated local history collection, a comprehensive Aboriginal collection, study areas and meeting spaces, a dedicated children’s area with gaming consoles, and collections in English, Chinese and Vietnamese.

Fitzroy Library is graciously funded by the Thomas, Samuel and George Ewing Trust.

Type of Venue

library

Chatty Table Availability

Monday from 11am-1pm

Location

128 Moor St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

Wheelchair Accessible

1

More Information

For more information including opening hours and contact details visit the links below (these will take you away from the Chatty website).
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