The Hoogley house street library

12 Hoogley St, West End 4101 Queensland Australia

Dashing to catch the ferry or bus
stop and swap a book with us.

In 1895 Mr Merton, a German cabinet maker built this unusual house. He combined German and Queensland architecture into the house design. We were inspired to follow his style in making our little street library. The front doors were once on an old cabinet made by Mr Merton.
When it comes to reading, we like the philosophy of Dr Seuss:
“ The more you read the more things you will know, the more that you learn the more places you’ll go “

Located at:12 Hoogley St, West End 4101 Queensland Australia

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